Aisha Yesufu Reacts To Reports That $250,000 Presidential Delegates’s Bribe Can Pay 3 Years Salaries (Details below)
A popular Nigerian female activist, Aisha Yesufu, took to her social media page and reacted to reports that the $250,000 presidential delegates bribe can pay the salaries of a university professor in Nigeria for 3 years.
Recently, Aisha was on her verified Twitter page, where she reacted to a post from Sahara Reports, stating that a non-governmental organization, International Society for Civil Liberties and Rule Of Law (Intersociety) has revealed that the $250,000 allegedly paid to some presidential delegates as a bribe for vote-buying can pay 3-years salaries of a Nigerian University professor.
Reacting to the report, Aisha Yesufu said that it is the same professors that are being used by politicians to read out numbers during an election period.
According to Aisha Yesufu, she said: “It is the same Professors that are returning officers that will be looking for torchlights in the daytime to read magical numbers.
Looking at what Aisha Yesufu said, it seems like she is mocking some of the professors who displayed a dramatic performance when they were counting the number of votes political parties had in the 2015 presidential election.
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