APC Chieftain Urges Peter Obi To Step Down For Tinubu After LP's Poor Outing at Wike's Backyard
- Adamu Garba, an APC chieftain, has called on Peter Obi of the Labour Party to step down for Bola Tinubu, the ruling party presidential candidate
- Garba made the appeal to the former governor of Anambra state after photos from his presidential campaign rally in Port Harcourt, Rivers state showed a stadium half full
- Peter Obi held his rally at a state where the governor, Nyesom Wike, promised to give him logistics, but surprisingly, he experienced a low turnout
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Adamu Garba, an ex-presidential aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has urged Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, to step down for Bola Tinubu.
The Punch reported that Garba made the call while reacting to the rally of Peter Obi in Port Harcourt, the Rivers capital on Thursday, December 22.
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Rivers state is the stronghold of the influential Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Governor, Nyesom Wike, who had promised Obi logistics whenever he comes to campaign in the state.
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The pictures of Peter Obi's presidential campaign rally with the stadium half full circulated on Thursday on social media
Garba went further to accuse Peter Obi of isolating the southeast at the centre while describing the Labour Party's rally in Port Harcourt as disappointing.
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His Tweet reads:
“Peter Obi’s disappointing rally in Port Harcourt today should serve as a perfect breakfast for his aspiration.
“He should immediately step down and endorse the real and truly prepared Presidential Candidate; Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu & stop isolating Southeast from the centre.”
Garba once left the APC bitterly after he failed to raise N100 million for its presidential expression of interest and nomination form but return to the ruling party in July.
Twist as Peter Obi's campaign DG begs prison officials not to jail him after court ruling, video emerges
Recall that legit.ng earlier reported that Doyin Okupe, the ally to Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi, has been seen in a viral video begging prison officials not to jail him.
In the video, Okupe's lawyer was heard saying the officials should give him till 4:30 of the same day to sort himself out before jailing him.
Okupe was found guilty of 26 of the 59 charges the EFCC has preferred against him and sentenced to 2 years in prison for each of the crimes or pay a fine of N13m.