2023: Obasanjo’s Wish For Peter Obi Is His Own Personal Opinion And Not That Of Nigerians – Atiku Responds | MarvelTvUpdates

According to the Atiku/Okowa Presidential Campaign Organization, former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s subjective support for Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate Peter Obi is his personal wish and does not reflect the opinion or position of the vast majority of Nigerians.

The campaign organization stated that despite the fact that former President Obasanjo has the right to his own opinion, as wonderful as it might show up, it stays individualistic and can’t divert Nigerians from their assurance to revitalize with the more experienced, more capable and more acknowledged Official applicant of Individuals’ Progressive alliance (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, to protect and reconstruct the country from the APC misrule.

Kola Ologbondiyan, the campaign’s spokesperson, said in a statement that the majority of Nigerians would be surprised to learn that former President Obasanjo is suggesting a candidate who does not have any experience in national governance in light of the alarming challenges the country faces.

“In any case, Nigerians cannot be persuaded by Chief Obasanjo’s opinion because they are familiar with his endorsement of President Muhammadu Buhari. Obasanjo now describes President Buhari’s administration as “stressful years for many Nigerians,” during which our nation moved from frying pan to fire and from mountain top to valley.

“it is in this manner very hard for Nigerians, especially the adolescent demography, to acknowledge Boss Obasanio’s perspective as the answer for the bunch of difficulties confronting the country today in light of the fact that the last competitor he presented, by his own assessment, bombed Nigerians.

“Our campaign maintains that none of the presidential candidates possesses the experience, capability, tenacity of purpose, mental clarity, or readiness to serve like Atiku Abubakar.”

“Atiku remains the most widely accepted candidate, whose decision is not based on sectional, tribal, ethnic, or religious sentiments or the endorsement of any high or low individual,”

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