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BREAKING: Donald Trump Blast Buhari Says He Won The Election By Rigging

By:brightwebtv.com/Martin awuku.

voiceeletionCongress [APC] was declared winner with over 15 million votes defeating his main opponent Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic party [ PDP] having 11 million votes.


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Donald Trump who made the statement in a conclave after getting the news that Buhari has won said, the man wouldn’t have won if not by rigging adding that it is his only option.

According to Trump president Mohammadu Buhari have no ability leading Nigerians to their future, it is a pitty that Nigerians can’t stand up and speak for themselves he says.

Do you intend to forget those innocent Nigerians who risk their lives, coming out to vote for you’? he ask Buhari.

After recording millions of death Nigerians in 4 years, poor economy and nothing seems to be working for the country yet Nigerians can’t stand up and fight for true democracy.

Nigeria politics is a child play which the politicians are only concern in stealing the countr’s fund and develop other countries he says.

The American president unleashed more attack on Buhari saying that, it is a shame for a nation like Nigeria to take calling of election results beyond 2 days, the president also congratulate Senegal on their just concluded presidential eletion held 23 of this month same with Nigeria adding that it was successful and peaceful’, that is how a country should be not by taking the lives of its people he added.

However thousands of Nigerians has kicked against the presidential results demanding INEC to do a re-run also the Peoples democratic party [ PDP ] candidate Atiku Abubakar has vow to take the matter to court.

CONGRATULATORY messages continued yesterday to pour in from the United Kingdom and African leaders for President Muhammadu Buhari on the renewal of his mandate. The UK Government commended Nigerians for their resilience and commitment to democracy. A statement from the British High Commission in Abuja yesterday, quoted the Minister of State for Africa, Harriett Baldwin, as saying: “I offer my congratulations to President Buhari on securing a second term as the Nigerian President.



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