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2023: Baba-Ahmed Knocks Bola Tinubu For Refusing To Mention Peter Obi’s Name

The Labour Party Vice Presidential candidate, Datti Baba-Ahmed, has lashed out at Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, for dismissing Peter Obi who is the presidential candidate of Labour Party and saying he would not mention his name.

Baba-Ahmed also dragged the ruling APC party of anchoring its campaign strategy against Peter Obi on spreading fake information across the polity.

The LP Vice Presidential candidate said this on Thursday at a Labour Party press conference held in Abuja, Federal Capital Territory.

“Earlier attempts to discredit the Obi’s candidacy through fabricated allegations of demolition of mosques, internal deportation of northerners, issuance of ID cards to northerners, and ethnic hostilities were all conclusively proven to be false and without basis.

“As if those were not enough, just a few days ago, the presidential candidate of the APC speaking in Delta State, and referring to our presidential candidate, said that it was a disgrace to mention his name. While our candidate is quite comfortable with not being mentioned, it is most unpresidential, indecorous and disrespectful from the candidate who claims (its) his turn at Nigerian Presidency.

“APCs strategy against Peter Obi now appears very clearly centered on promoting falsehood, in addition to empty and derogatory personal attacks, and of course this is because they can find no contentious points of negativity to push.” He said



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