1MMC pledges $20,000 reward for anyone, including INEC, who can prove Tinubu won 2023 Presidential Election


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The 1st Nigerian Movement for Credible Elections (1MMC) has recently launched a challenge that has sent ripples through Nigeria’s political arena.

The group, via its official X handle, has announced a reward of $20,000 to anyone who can conclusively prove Bola Ahmed Tinubu won in the 2023 Presidential Election.

In a daring initiative, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has been invited to join the challenge, offering them an equal chance to present evidence supporting Tinubu’s alleged victory.

The stringent conditions set by 1MMC require a detailed collection of documents:

  • Verified copies of Form EC8A from all polling units.
  • Complete records of all voters accredited on iReV (Integrated Register of Voters).
  • Comprehensive logs detailing the data transfer from the Biometric Verification and Authentication System (BVAS) to iReV for the Presidential elections across all polling units.

The organization has pledged to award the promised sum to the successful challenger after a comprehensive forensic examination of the submitted data.

With the deadline set for the 25th of May 2024, the countdown has started for potential challengers to come forward and grab this unique opportunity.

Importantly, this call to action goes beyond national borders, encouraging major news outlets in Nigeria and globally to engage in this crucial conversation.

The implications of this initiative extend beyond a mere monetary reward, potentially altering the narrative of one of Nigeria’s most significant elections. As the nation awaits the outcome, the world watches with bated breath.

NN News Media recalls that reports from the European Union and international observers on the 2023 Nigerian general election have raised concerns about the transparency and credibility of the process. The reports underscored instances of vote-buying, intimidation, and violence, which could have swayed the election outcome.

Despite these allegations, INEC declared Tinubu the winner of the election, alledgely beating his closest rivals, Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi.

Tinubu has been accused of drug trafficking and money laundering during his stay in the United States. Additionally, there have been disputes surrounding his academic credentials from Chicago State University (CSU). The university has distanced itself from the certificate Tinubu submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), casting doubts on its authenticity.

Under Nigerian law, these controversies could have resulted in Tinubu’s disqualification from the Presidential race. However, the court proceedings surrounding these issues have been criticized for apparent compromises, raising concerns about the integrity of Nigeria’s judicial system. Despite these controversies, Tinubu’s election victory was upheld by the Supreme Court.


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