Prof. Oladimeji: Why Nigerians Should Ignore the European Union’s Report on the Election

U.S.-based associate professor of medicine Yemi Oladimeji has urged her countrymen to disregard the findings of the European Union’s (EU) election observation team in the upcoming 2023 elections.

According to a statement released by Oladimeji in Osogbo on Monday, the report poses a threat to national unity and to the peaceful coexistence of the country’s many ethnic groups and interest groups.

Since the EU Elections Observer Mission did not cover a sufficient number of polling places across the country during the elections, the report is not comprehensive enough to be valid, in his opinion.

The EU report was released at an inopportune moment, according to Oladimeji, who also said the report had a “political purpose.”

When asked who or what defines Nigerians, he answered, “no group or individual outside Nigeria has the competence to define us better than who or what we are or interpret our political and electoral processes better than ourselves.”

There is no better time than the present to declare national independence. Nigeria ought to fight imperialism in all its forms.

Because of its limited ability to interfere directly in Nigeria’s domestic affairs, the European Union has resorted to a more subtle plea in the form of that report in order to convince the international community that something is amiss with Nigeria’s next general elections in 2023.

“The majority of Nigeria voted for Bola Tinubu, on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC), and must be allowed to stay focused and chart a way out of the woods for a country already bedevilled,” he continued.


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