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2023 Nigerian Elections: Man sends wife packing because of Ekiti state results

Amidst the heat of accusations of compromising of the 2023 Nigerian presidential elections, a man hilariously sent his Ekiti wife packing.

This occurred after Bola Tinubu, All Progressive’s Congress (APC)’s candidate won the presidential election in Ekiti state.

Akeem Lasisi, the Presiding Officer of INEC in the state at the state’s collation center in Ado-Ekiti, announced Tinubu’s victory over Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi of Peoples Democratic Party and Labour Party respectively.

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Even her mom’s blood cannot save her

In the humorous video posted on TikTok by @excellentvotage , the man woke his wife up to ask her her state of origin. Innocently, she answered “Ekiti”. He encouraged her to step out of bed and out of the door then he brought her travelling box to her.

Hoping something or someone could redeem her from the impending judgement, he asked where his mother-in-law hails from. She replied “Ondo state”. That was all he needed to shut the door in her face.

Netizens who have been heavy-hearted due to suspicion of election rigging used the video as an opportunity to let off steam. See some of their comments:

@veeee2020: “Even her mom’s blood cannot save her”

@bishopodinga: “Make I go break up with my Ekiti girlfriend …the APC people”

@officialaisha05: “Abeg lock the door with key join”

@kriskonnect: “At the mention of Ondo every door must close”

@jonathan13030: “Can u imagine, Ekiti that doesn’t have airport, result fly reach Abuja”

@suzzyzee: “Omo I suppose send my husband comot for house oo”

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Election Result: Youths protest at the INEC collation center

In other news, amid the ongoing collation of the presidential election results, some people staged a protest against the outcome being announced.

The youths, who formed the bulk of the protesters, stormed the International Conference Center (ICC) in Abuja, the official collation center, to express their dissatisfaction with the results of the election. The youths criticized the way the presidential election was conducted, under the leadership of popular activist Moses Ogidi-Paul