2023 Presidency: “PDP Frustrating Peter Obi’s Ambition, He Should Decamp”

Presidential hopeful, Peter Obi, has been asked to dump the Peoples over the party’s bias against his presidential ambition, reports.

Presidency: “ Frustrating Peter Obi’s Ambition, He Should Decamp”

A support group of the ex- governor, Coalition for Peter Obi, made this known in a statement on Tuesday.

Zubairu Mohammad, spokesman of the coalition noted that some individuals in the opposition party are keen to frustrate Obi’s presidential ambition.

“Recent developments within the leadership of is very pathetic as many chieftains of the party have ganged up to frustrate the presidential ambition of genuine and decent presidential aspirants, thereby encouraging unscrupulous politicians with no verifiable sources of income to throw money around,” the spokesman said.

“They are well known individuals in the party who are doing everything possible within their powers to block any chance for credible aspirants to emerge.

“The party seems to have adopted an unwritten rule of tacitly encouraging the looting of state resources for party politics.

“Many of these political merchants are envious of the nationwide acceptability and sterling performance of Peter Obi both in the public and private sector, making them do everything possible to thwart the former governor of ’s presidential ambition.

“Therefore, as a coalition which consists of more than 17 groups with ten million active voters, we call on his Excellency, Mr Peter Obi to dump and look for another political platform with people of like mind to pursue his presidential ambition to enable him help salvage our sinking nation.”

Peter Obi Support Network (POSN), Like Minds for Peter Obi (LMPO), Needs Peter Obi (NNPO), TakeBackNaija (TBN), and Women for Peter Obi (WPO) are some of the groups that make up the coalition.

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