Presidency: Fresh Details Emerge as Peter Obi Burst Into Tears
- Peter Obi of the Labour Party recently burst into tears as he narrated the ordeal of a Nigerian female graduate he met during one of his outings
- The former governor of Anambra state narrated his experience of the Nasarawa state university graduate, who could not afford N75,000 to support her business
- Obi said this while noting that he will challenge the results of the just concluded February 25 presidential election in court
FCT, Abuja- Peter Obi, the flagbearer of the Labour Party in the just concluded presidential election, burst into tears on Thursday, March 2, while narrating the suffering of a young Nigerian lady.
Obi, who came second runner-up in the just concluded poll, said he met an unemployed female graduate in Nasarawa state who worked as a tea maker.
According to Obi:
“She has no job, she graduated since 2018. She told me she is learning how to bake. Then I asked her why she is not baking instead of coming here to do this, she said she doesn’t have N75,000 to buy an oven. That is the life you get in Nigeria; people who don’t have N75,000 to buy an oven.”
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The former governor of Anambra state claimed that he won the election and would explore all legal means available to claim his stolen mandate.
He insisted that he gathered the highest number of votes in the poll and would defend it in court.
“I am challenging the process,” Obi declared to a room full of journalists in Nigeria’s capital city during his first media appearance after the declaration of a winner by the electoral umpire.
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The governor of Ondo state, Rotimi Akeredolu, disclosed the plan during the presentation of the certificate to return to the president-elect.
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