Former Presidents Declare for Peter Obi As Atiku, Tinubu’s Chances Weaken For 2023 Presidential Election.

FCT, Abuja – Emerging reports have confirmed that two former heads of state are backing Peter Obi for the presidential seat of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the forthcoming 2023 election.

Come 2023 election-FCT, Abuja” Emerging reports have confirmed that two former heads of state are backing Peter Obi for the presidential seat of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

According to Punch, this revelation was disclosed on Friday, December 2, in Abuja by Professor Pat Utomi of the BIG-TENT coalition of civil society groups, political parties, and social movements.

While speaking during a town hall meeting in the nation’s capital, Prof Utomi said the Labour Party has all the structures it takes to win the 2023 elections.

He revealed that the BIG-TENT initiative has been able to help design a structure for the presidential bid of Peter Obi and that opposition parties should brace up for a shocker.

The professor of economics said that, money alone doesn’t win elections and former heads of state have also said to me that, they are Obedient.

A lot of people want to join the (Obidient) movement without joining the Labour Party to ensure that Obi and Baba-Ahmed win to capture our country back from those who have held us down.

We have better structure than APC, PDP” Come 2023 Election Said; Pat Utomi.

He further reiterated that the Labour Party has more structure than the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

Prof Utomi said he gets amused when critics talk about structure and not knowing what the term entails in politics.

He said, the LP has better structures than the Peoples Democratic Party and the All Progressives Congress. When people talk about structures, I kind of laugh because they don’t understand the meaning of structure.

The structure is a criminal network of people who can fix elections and we have to stop that, that’s not structure.

Published by Amicable U.B.

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