2023 Elections: Tinubu Drills Peter Obi In Veiled Reference, Asks Powerful Questions
- APC presidential candidate Bola Tinubu has urged Nigerians to question Labor Party presidential candidate Peter Obi on how he plans to rescue Nigeria.
- Tinubu, in a veiled reference to Peter Obi’s comments on why he does not need a manifesto to fix Nigeria, said the former Anambra governor was spreading fake statistics and lies.
- Peter Obi had earlier said that those who have presented manifestos in the past have failed the country, saying he does not need a manifesto to fix Nigeria.
VICTORIAL ISLAND, LAGOS – All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate Bola Tinubu has said Nigerians do not need a presidential candidate like Peter Obi, the Labor Party presidential candidate.
Tinubu, in a cryptic reference, described the former Anambra governor as a candidate fond of spreading “stupid statistics” and “lies”, PM News reported.
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The APC presidential aspirant maintained that the task ahead is possible but difficult, adding that only the right candidate and party can make the bold decisions that Nigeria needs.
In a cryptic reference, Tinubu said a candidate (OB) and party (Labour Party) without a plan for Nigeria will lead the country to the wrong destination.
His statement read in part:
“When you ask him (Peter Obi) what he wants to do, he will say I will do the right thing, then the question is, what do you want to do the right thing, it is clear that he does not know what to do. . He has no plans for Nigeria.
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Tinubu was apparently referring to comments submitted to Peter Obi, where he claimed that presenting a manifesto is not as important as it should be unprepared.
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However, the Labor Party presidential flag bearer recently said that his manifesto will soon be made available to the Nigerian public.