Peter Obi Blasts PDP, APC, Reveals Their Fate in 2023 Election

Peter Obi Blasts PDP, APC, Reveals Their Fate in 2023 Election

  • A War of words between politicians is a normal show in the polity, as it reveals their political prowess and as well convinces the people of what they are getting in the build-up of election
  • Ahead of the 2023 elections, Peter Obi on Thursday, faulted the structure of the ruling APC and the PDP in the country, noting it has brought untold hardship to the land
  • The former governor of Anambra state further urged the people to make the right decision by voting for the right leader in 2023 so as to deliver the country from further pitfalls

Labour Party presidential candidate Peter Obi has described the political structure of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party ((PDP) as ‘stomach infrastructure’.

According to the former governor of Anambra state, the structure of the ruling APC and the opposition PDP, has brought more hardship for millions of Nigerians in the last two decades, The Guardian reports.

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Peter Obi mocks PDP and APC and blames them for Nigeria's hardship. Photo credit: Peter Obi, Bola Tinubu, Atiku Abubakar
Source: Facebook

Obi made this assertion during an address at the Labour Party Coalition for Peter Obi (CPO) Summit at the International Conference Centre (ICC), Abuja, on Thursday, August 11.

He said:

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“The current structures of both the PDP and the APC are the stomach infrastructure that has brought us nothing but misery.”
“Their understanding of structure is sharing of Nigeria’s patrimony to vested interests and influence peddlers. That is against what Peter Obi represents; that is against what Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed represents; and it is indeed, against the vision of the Labour Party.”

Obi sends message to his supporters

He urged his supporters to remind the opposition that Nigeria’s democracy must survive after being dehumanised and disenfranchised by the ruling oligarchs.

Obi said his structure is the 100 million poor Nigerians who will come out on election day to fight for their future.

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Nigerians react

Nigerians in their usual way reacted to the development and aired their views on the Facebook page of

Mba Tony Uchenna said

"Your H. E even the stomach wey these people dey promise us, no even clear for our eyes o. Aguru di n'obodo."

Obes Caro stated

"Nothing wrong with his words, He said nothing but the truth and we hope with his own structure things will change for good."

Japheth Prosper said

"Nothing but the gospel truth."

Chikora Celestine Okeke maintained

"They steal from our Common Patrimony and give us peanut. But that trend will Change in 2023. "We are voting them out."

Kolawoke Bright queried

"Must you always say the truth????

Joseph Adewumi noted that

"If there would be an election in February."
"Without vote buying Peter obi will win before 12:35pm."

Destiny Ene Philips asked

"Where is the lie? He said the truth."

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Flourish Uju said

"Absolutely true, look at Chimaroke Nnamani, he has left his party president to campaign for Tinubu. Ndi ara."

2023: Peter Obi not ready to be Nigeria's president, says Ajulo

A former national secretary of Labour Party and a constitutional lawyer, Dr. Kayode Ajulo, has berated the manner in which the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Mr. Peter Obi, is going about his campaigns.

According to Ajulo, Obi's manifesto is more of rhetorical analysis than viable plans to solving the myriad of problems facing Nigeria at the moment.

The rights activist made this statement while reacting to political developments in the country.


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