New Report Shows Peter Obi Leading Atiku, Tinubu on Followers' Growth in 2022

New Report Shows Peter Obi Leading Atiku, Tinubu on Followers' Growth in 2022

  • More Tweeps followed Peter Obi on Twitter than what was enjoyed by Bola Tinubu and Atiku Abubakar of the All Progressives Congress and Peoples Democratic Party
  • Obi's followership increased from 715,000 in February 2022 to 2.56 million in November of the same year
  • According to a report by StatiSense, the PDP flag bearer enjoyed a 19 per cent growth from 3.87 million to 4.68 million within the period under review

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Recent data released by SatiSense shows that the 2023 presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, is leading other contestants with a high number of followers gathered on Twitter in the year 2022.

The report by the data tech company with expertise in analysis, infographics, Training and many more said that the Labour Party flag bearer's followers on the micro-blogging site increased from 715,000 in February 2022 to 2.56 million in November of the same year.

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Peter Obi has gathered more followers between February and November 2022 than the two presidential candidates. Photo: Peter Obi, Atiku Abubakar, APC
Source: UGC

Obi's followership growth surpasses that of his colleagues in the 2023 presidential race - Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party and Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress - with a 235 per cent increase.

Atiku enjoyed a followership growth of 19 per cent - from 3.87 million in February 2022 to 4.68 million in November of the same year while Tinubu's followers grew from 950,000 to 1.54 million - a 63 per cent increase between the months under review.

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A trajectory of Obi followership between the months under review reveals that in February, March, April, May, June, July and August, the former governor of Anambra state had 715,000; 765,000; 843,000, 1.05 million; 1.40 million; 1.69 million and 1.92 million respectively.

In September, October and November Obi had 2.16 million; 2.36 million and 2.56 million followers respectively on Twitter.

For the APC presidential candidate, his followers were at 950,000 in March, 1.05 million in April, 1.11 million in May, 1.23 million in June, 1.32 million in July and 1.38 million in August.

In September, Tinubu saw a growth of 1.44 million to 1.49 million in October and 1.54 million in November.

In February, Atiku's followers stood at 3.87 million and increased to 3.95 million in March, 4.05 million in April, 4.16 million in May; 4.29 million in June and 4.40 million in July.

Subsequently, the PDP's flag bearer's followers continue its growth trajectory by taking him to 4.49 million in August, 4.57 million in September, 4.63 million in October and 4.68 million in November.

Peter Obi expresses shock over killing of Labour Party's women leader, exposes his next line of action

Peter Obi has condemned the killing of the Labour Party's women leader in Kaduna state by some unknown gunmen.

The Labour Party's flag bearer said the killing of Victoria Chintex and other Nigerians is the major reason security of the country must be taken seriously.

According to Obi, he will ensure that he prioritises tackling the insecurity ravaging Nigeria once he is elected president in 2023.

Peter Obi makes top-tier promise to Soludo despite governor's outrage

Governor Charles Soludo might be getting the opportunity to work at the presidency should Peter Obi win the 2023 presidential election.

This disclosure was made by Peter Obi, the Labour Party's 2023 presidential candidate at a meeting with the Nigerian Guild of Editors on Monday, November 21.

Obi noted that Professor Charles Soludo obviously has the key to ending most of Nigeria's challenges.


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