March 2, 2024

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As the presidential election slated for February 25 approaches, so do attacks on major political party candidate increase and more revelations arose given each candidate either a good or bad track record.

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Following the removal of the Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate and senatorial candidate billboards in Anambra State, Igbo Youths has issued urgent order, gives Governor Charles Soludo 48 hours to replace them.

Meanwhile, Soludo has exposed the Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi and revealed what he did to the Labour Party in Anambra State when he was the Governor of the State.

IGBO Youths Slams Governor Charles Soludo, Gives 48 Hours Ultimatum To Replace Peter Obi’ s Campaign Billboards

The removal of Mr. Peter Obi’s and Senator Victor Umeh’s campaign billboards in Anambra State, two candidates for the Labour Party (LP) in the upcoming general election, was deemed by Igbo youths to be an insult to the Igbo nation and was given a 48-hour ultimatum to the state governor,  Chukwuma Soludo to make sure the damaged billboards are replaced.

In a joint statement, the President-General and Publicity Director of the leading Igbo youth organization, Coalition of South East Youth Leaders (COSEYL), Hon. Goodluck Ibem and Comrade Okey Nwaoru, respectively, described the removal of the two candidates’ campaign billboards as “unconstitutional” and the result of Soludo’s enviousness of Peter Obi and Umeh’s brilliant and outstanding political qualities and records.

The young people said that Soludo s behavior is “ondemnable” since they are aware that Peter Obi and Umeh had paid the whole cost of the campaign billboards’ advertising expenses.

The youth leaders said, “We have waited for some days hoping that Governor Soludo will come back to his senses and correct himself of such great dishonour against Ndigbo but he has not corrected himself.

“The illegal action by Soludo to remove campaign billboards of these noble candidates because they are not in his political party is unconstitutional and undemocratic to say the least.

“We are aware that why Soludo is after Obi and Umeh is because these two personalities represent integrity, sincerity and transparency which is in variant to what Soludo believes in.

“The actions of Governor Soludo clearly shows that he ventured into politics because of his selfish desire to corruptly enrich himself from taxes paid by Anambra people which is why he is disturbed anytime he sees the billboards of these men of integrity and transparency.

“We give Governor Soludo 48 hours to replace those billboards of Obi and Umeh which he illegal removed or face the wrath of the youths”, their statement read.

ANAMBRA State Governor Soludo Reveals What Peter Obi Did To Labour Party When He Was A Governor

The Labour Party (LP) candidate for president, Peter Obi, was accused by Anambra State Governor Chukwuma Soludo of preventing his current party from holding elections in the state when he was in office.

On Channels Television’s Politics Today show on Thursday, Soludo made the charge while taking questions.

The governor of Anambra was responding to LP leaders’ claims that the state government had limited the party’s ability to run electoral campaigns.

“Nobody has done that. He did not even allow the Labour Party, where he is now, to freely campaign in Anambra. He denied them even the venue that they paid for,” he said.

The option for Obi to exploit state-owned facilities for his political campaign was something Soludo said he had twice given him.

WHY Governor Soludo Believes Peter Obi May Win Presidential Election In Anambra State

The next presidential election in Anambra State, according to Governor Charles Soludo of that State, may go to Peter Obi of the Labour Party.

The former governor of the central bank expressed his support for Obi’s presidential aspirations during his appearance on Channels Television s Politics Today show on Thursday.

Remember how Soludo criticized Obi’s presidential aspirations a few months ago, claiming that Obi would not prevail in the February poll.

Soludo criticized Obi’s record as governor of Anambra State in an essay that figuratively set the internet on fire, pointing out that the LP candidate had achieved very nothing in the State.

WHY Governor Soludo Believes Peter Obi May Win Presidential Election In Anambra State

The next presidential election in Anambra State, according to Governor Charles Soludo of that State, may go to Peter Obi of the Labour Party.

The former governor of the central bank expressed his support for Obi’s presidential aspirations during his appearance on Channels Television’s Politics Today show on Thursday.

Remember how Soludo criticized Obi’s presidential aspirations a few months ago, claiming that Obi would not prevail in the February poll.

Soludo criticized Obi’s record as governor of Anambra State in an essay that figuratively set the internet on fire, pointing out that the LP candidate had achieved very nothing in the State.

In response to the publication, Soludo said, “In that piece, I even considered that Peter Obi might win in Anambra State. I did mention that,” he remarked, although he had his doubts about the likelihood of the LP presidential candidate winning the general election. “I wish Peter Obi the best of luck. Let him go and compete as others.”

FORMER President Olusegun Obasanjo Reveals Why He Pick Peter Obi To Be Nigeria’s President

Only an “unpatriotic and wicked Nigerian,” according to former president Olusegun Obasanjo, would cast a ballot for a person with a questionable moral character.

Obasanjo gave a speech on Thursday in the Ogun State capital of Abeokuta as part of an interactive session on Experiential Leadership in Africa with the topic “Executive Decisions, Indecisions, and Leadership Development in Africa.”

Peter Obi, the presidential candidate for the Labour Party, was the former president’ s pick, and he defended that decision by saying that Obi was his first option.

According to The PUNCH, the former president endorsed Obi in his letter to Nigerians on the first day of the year, headed “My appeal to all Nigerians, particularly young Nigerians”.

Obasanjo argued that he did not use the phrase “endorse” in response to a claim that he did so, but rather that he just expressed his view on the candidates.

Obasanjo said, “Whether the letter is open or not, what I believe is that I will be punished by God if I know what is right and I do not put it where it should be. The word I used is that one particular candidate has an edge. Taking everything together, I take the character, track record, vision, and what you see in this man as a child of God.

“I said they all claimed to be my mentees, and of course, I won’t deny that, but if you are my mentee, they must also admit that I know them a little bit, and if I then know them a little bit, I must be right to say. I have done this before. I said President Buhari does not understand the economy, and that is true, and you have seen it. I wasn’t running him down; that is what he is, and he will admit that.

“I said his (Buhari’s) understanding of foreign affairs is also very limited because, when he was military head of state, he said his frontline does not go beyond the borders of Nigeria; that is a pity. But what then do you have? | wrote a letter that was almost six and a half pages long and then only had one sentence ‘why should you, as a Nigerian, vote for someone whose character, reputation, and life you would not want for your children?’ “

He continued, “You are either wicked, unpatriotic, or a truly awful citizen of this country, and if this is who you are, what do you want God to do with you? For the last three days, I have had about 35 youths who I have been talking to, and they have all told me that education, security, and corruption are what they are concerned about; the question is, who then can do it?”

In answer to the question of whether multiparty systems have hampered Nigeria’s growth or not, Obasanjo attributed the underdevelopment of the nation to leadership rather than the multiparty system.

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