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Peter Obi Reciprocates To Deceit Charged By Buhari

The Presidential Candidates of the Labour party, Peter Obi has refuted allegations made by the Lai Mohammed that he is attempting to stoke insurrection in Nigeria.Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, has denied allegations made by Lai Mohammed, the Minister of Information, claiming that he is attempting to stoke insurrection in Nigeria.Obi made the denial in a statement released on Tuesday, March 04, 2023, calling Mohammed’s accusation “fictitious.”

“It is regrettable that these repeated attempts to depict me in a manner that is contrary to my true nature and beliefs are coming from such high-ranking officials,“Obi remarked. “Minister Lai’s assertion that I am stoking insurrection is totally malicious and false.”Obi went on to state that he has never engaged in or encouraged anyone to undermine the Nigerian state, nor has he supported or preached any action against the Nigerian state.

In respect to the accusation that was made against Peter Obi, those responsible for these allegations have increasingly employed their official positions and representatives to make false accusations against him.“I have always advocated for peaceful and issue-based campaigning, and have never campaigned based on ethnicity or religion,” he added. “I am dedicated to due process and am currently pursuing legal action in court.”

Mohammadu Buhari accused the Presidential Candidate of the Labour Party Peter Obi of engaging in treason Speaking in Washington DC during his official engagements with some international media organisations, the minister said it was wrong for Obi in one breadth to seek redress in court over the outcome of the polls and in other breadth inciting people to violence.“Obi and his Vice, Datti Ahmed cannot be threatening Nigerians that if the President-elect, Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) is sworn-in on May 29 , it will be the end of democracy in Nigeria.“This is treason. The accusations leveled against Peter Obi by Lai Mohammed were refuted by the Labour Party’s presidential candidate, who stated that he is committed to peaceful campaigning and due process.

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