'I apologize to those who have been insulted by my support for Bola Tinubu.' - Seyi Law implores

‘I apologize to those who have been insulted by my support for Bola Tinubu.’ – Seyi Law implores

Seyi Law, a popular Nigerian comedian, has responded to the election of All Progressives Party presidential candidate Bola Tinubu as president-elect.

Seyi Law apologized to anyone he may have hurt with his outpouring support for Bola Ahmed Tinubu on his Instagram page (also known as Asiwaju).

“My fellow Nigerians, I am pleased you’re as passionate as you are about your favourite candidates,” wrote the Rib cracker, who currently resides in the United Kingdom with his wife and children. That is how politics should be conducted. Yet, anger and animosity for one another should not exist between us.

You might not view things the same way I do. That doesn’t mean you’re incorrect and I’m correct. That just means that we are unique. If one of your candidates had won, I would have prayed and fought for his and my success.

I apologize to anybody who have been insulted by my support, and I strongly condemn all violence in the country. I have mixed feelings not for my candidate’s triumph, but your genuine angers. But, I hope Nigeria and Nigerians’ lives improve.

THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart.


Remember that the Independent National Electoral Commission declared Bola Ahmed Tinubu as Nigeria’s President-Elect a few hours ago.

Tinubu, a former governor of Lagos State, was named president-elect after receiving 8,794,726 votes in the 2023 presidential election.

Professor Mahmood Yakubu, Chairman of INEC, proclaimed Tinubu as the winner in the early hours of Wednesday at the International Collation Centre in Abuja.

Tinubu defeated other candidates, including the Peoples Democratic Party’s Atiku Abubakar, the Labour Party’s Peter Obi, and the New Nigeria Peoples Party’s Rabiu Kwankwaso.

The three major presidential contenders each won 12 states, while Kwankwaso won only Kano.

Tinubu defeated Atiku, a former vice president and his closest rival, with 1.8 million votes.


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