Member of President Buhari's media team mocks Davido as his uncle lost the Osun election

Member of President Buhari's media team mocks Davido as his uncle lost the Osun election

After the entire brouhaha that came with the Osun state gubernatorial election, Gboyega Oyetola of the All Progressives Congress (APC) was declared the winner in a rerun election.

This outcome was not exactly what many people, including top musician Davido, expected. The singer who supported his uncle Senator Ademola Adeleke all through the period of the election with his constant tweets and monitoring had hoped that the lines would fall to them in pleasant places.

However, this did not happen. Rather, the All Progressives Congress and its representative took the glory of the day and got many of the votes acquired during the rerun election.

Davido's only reaction to this event has been a single tweet that did not just show that he was sad, but also mirrored his stance that the election was massively rigged.

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It would seem that the APC party to whom Senator Adeleke who campaigned under the umbrella of the Peoples Democratic Party lost are not willing to let Davido off the hook yet.

In light of this, Johannes Tobi Wojuola, the member of the presidential media team of Mohammadu Buhari, took to his Twitter page to taunt the singer.

In the tweet he wrote to the singer, the media expert mockingly requested that Davido perform at the thanksgiving party in honour of the Osun state governor-elect Gboyega Oyetola.

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While Davido has not responded to the tweet, several fans and followers have reacted in several ways. Most of them were clearly not happy with Johannes' taunting post. Johannes also took his time to reply some of the unfriendly posts, thus throwing more jabs at the artist.

See some of the exchanges below:

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