The spokesman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential campaign council, Festus Keyamo has caused reactions online following his recent post on his social media platform.
Keyamo on Tuesday took to his Twitter account to share a photoshopped picture of the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi.
Obi in the photoshopped picture was reading a book which states, “from 3rd to 1st, how to steal a mandate’
Keyamo’s post is coming amidst the claim by the former governor of Anambra State and LP candidate that he won the 2023 presidential election held on the 25th of February, 2023.
Obi who was declared third in the electoral process by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has insisted that he won the presidential election which saw the candidate of the APC, Bola Tinubu declared as the winner.
The LP presidential candidate in a move to reclaim his mandate had filed a petition against INEC and Tinubu before the court of appeal.
Keyamo alongside the picture posted on his Twitter account wrote, “I saw this and laughed out loud. This is so apt!!”
Meanwhile, some followers of the Minister of State for Labour and Employment have questioned the Keyamo for posting such when the case is still in court.
See reactions below:
@oobynno wrote, “How is this not against the law..? A case is in court and this is a presidential cabinet minister undermining the objectivity of fair hearing….????????♂️????????♂️
Where again did this man study law..?
How did he become a SAN?”
@blesynodion wrote, “PDP, LP and AA filed a petition at the tribunal but you only comment on LP’s petition all day. You said the man should go to court. He went to court and you are still losing sleep. Why not rest and allow the court process to go through peacefully. Do you know something we don’t?”
@iam_kiannie wrote, “????????????honestly, they are not bothered about Atiku’s petition. Why Peter? Upon you said he doesn’t stand a chance to win the case, then why are you so troubled??”
Some others questioned why Keyamo had been twitting about the presidential election and not the Ministry he oversees.