Peter Obi Advices his Online Followers to Allow him Reply Anyone That Makes bad Comment About Him

Mr Peter Obi

Labour Party 2023 Presidential Candidate, Mr Peter Obi, has urged his online followers to all him reply to anyone that makes comments about him, especially the false and ill comments.



Mr Peter Obi since after resigning from PDP and joining Labour Party to become their 2023 presidential flag bearer, has been getting lots and lots of scrutiny from left-right-center, mostly from former political party mates and opposition party members.



However, Peter Obi, besides replying Fr Mbaka who said he’s a stingy man, and Rabiu Kwankwaso, a former governor of Kano State and whom several supporters wanted to be Obi’s running mate, said that northerners won’t vote for anyone from the South-East region of the country, Peter Obi has decided to ignore majority of the persons who have been making ill comments about him since he joined the Labour Party to contest for president in 2023.




Addressing his supporters in a tweet he made on Monday afternoon, July 25, 2022, Obi asked his online supporters to desist from going after any public figure who make ill comments about him, verbally or otherwise.. His tweet reads;


I most sincerely appreciate all my supporters and those of LP. I love you all. I wish to appeal to you to allow me to personally respond to any CANDIDATE that makes comments about me, while you concentrate on issues to promote our cause of moving our dear Nigeria from consumption to production, create jobs, and generally evolve a better Nigeria – PO


However, several of the comments by many Nigerians asked the presidential candidate to focus on dealing fellow politicians and oppositions, while the supporters tackle fellow supporters from opposition party.





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  1. The replies and comments in this tweet are hilarious. 😂 😂 I guess it’s all because majority of the success yawning youths in Nigeria are really tiered and fed up of the hardship they’ve been enduring since the apc regime came to power

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