Posted by Daniel. on 17 June, 2022 under Naija News
Mr. Peter Obi, the ex-governor of Anambra State and presidential candidate of the Labour Party, has come under fire from both major political parties, the APC and the PDP, who have labelled him a STINGY presidential candidate who would starve the country.
The latest odds, however, show that the Labour Party’s presidential candidate is gaining traction quickly.
Why Peter Obi resonates so well with the Nigerian public is a question that the media and its pundits, political strategists, princes and princesses of political correctness, the perpetually offended, and the ruling class of both parties cannot explain.
Yes, Obi does not sound or look like the typical politician who exudes grandeur, pride, and authority, but Nigerians need a radical departure from the norms of doing things same way and expecting different outcomes.
We understand why the governing oligarchs of the APC and PDP despise him; Obi represents a clear threat to their attempt to perpetually bind the country to their retrogressive policies in order to feed their selfish wants.
Peter Obi has proven to be a difficult nut to crack, effectively controlling the presidential race. Nigerians are rallying behind his campaign on a daily basis, looking for ways to compensate for the financial areas where Obi will be unable to meet electoral conditions.
The Obi campaign organization is now the most fortunate in Nigerian electoral campaign history. People appear to be directly involved in their case and have organized clusters of groups across the Federationâ€™s 774 local government areas. The cell groups have particular missions to entice Nigerians to come out and make decisions about their future.
So far, it has been a wild success, defying skeptics; how the campaign is going with such momentum and coordination still surprises everyone; the more tantrums hurled at Obi, the more people are willing to devote their time and resources in Obiâ€™s project, making them totally â€œObified and Obidient.â€
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