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50 University VC/Professors, 34 Others Implicated In Rigging of 2023 Presidential Election

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50 University Vice-Chancellors/Professors, 34 Others Implicated In Rigging of 2023 Presidential election


Prof Nnenna Oti, VC-FUTO, Prof Esimone, VC-UNIZIK, Prof Maduebibisi Iwe, VC-Umudike University, Prof Uzochukwu, Abia REC exempted.



The International Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Law (Intersociety) says it has “investigated and found that 50 top Nigerian university professors played various conspiratorial or vicarious roles in the brutal poll rigging and voter suppression in the 25th Feb Presidential/National Assembly and the 18th March 2023 Governorship/State Assembly Polls”.

“Among the 50 university professors conspiratorially or vicariously involved are 34 Vice Chancellors and a Deputy Vice Chancellor drawn from Federal, State and Private Universities across the country.



Apart from the 50 culpably or conspiratorially involved Nigerian University Professors, there are also 34 others involved; including ten Doctorate Degree holders and other former top military, police and spy police officers and former ministers and Government Commissioners including Engineer Olufemi Odunbiyi, former Commissioner for Science and Technology in Lagos State and APC chieftain who was recently placed in charge of INEC ICT as Director.

There are also 17 university professors among the 37 INEC’s Resident Electoral Commissioners and 12 National Commissioners widely or publicly accused of coordinating the 2023 armada of electoral fraud.




Generally speaking, a total of 88 university professors and other experts are found to be conspiratorially or vicariously involved out of the number, only four are exempted and worthy to be celebrated as heroes of Democracy in Nigeria or any part thereof,” Intersociety said in a statement issued in Onitsha, Eastern Nigeria, yesterday, Sunday, March 26, 2023.





  1. The 2023 presidential election as far as we are concern is the best ever in the history of Nigeria. We remain loyal to our country and to the INEC and to our elected leaders.


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