Connect with us

News

Peter Obi is haunted by a ghost he created

Published

on

Peter Obi is a 2023 presidential aspirant on the platform of PDP

Daniel Bwala, a former spokesperson for the Atiku Abubakar campaign in 2023, has stated that Peter Obi, the Labour Party candidate in the 2023 presidential election, is in a “quagmire” in his quest to become the president of Nigeria. 

In a statement on his verified X handle on Monday, Bwala, who stated that Obi is “between the devil and the deep blue sea,” noted that the Labour Party chieftain “is haunted by a ghost that he created.”

Bwala alleged that, after “sensing the obvious in the Labour Party to the effect that there is no automatic ticket,” the former governor of Anambra State has threatened to leave the party “if they will not conform” to his desires.

He also noted that Obi, who has been frequenting mosques to wine and dine with the Muslim Ummah, is “being advised immediately to start a campaign and woo the core of northern Nigeria.”

Adding that the Labour Party chieftain “is not a grassroots politician,” Bwala added that “the Social Democratic Party, which he hopes to use the platform for when the need arises, doesn’t give an automatic ticket.”

“The presidential candidate of @NgLabour at the 2023 elections, @PeterObi, is haunted by a ghost that he created. Sensing the obvious in the Labour Party to the effect that there is no automatic ticket, he has therefore threatened that if the party does not conform, he will leave.

“The Social Democratic Party, which he hopes to use as a platform when the need arises, doesn’t give automatic tickets. Peter Obi feared that he may not win the delegate election because he is not a grass-roots politician and is presently in a quagmire.

“A former president is reported to be having it very difficult convincing the nation’s statesmen to support the move because they prefer to give @officialABAT his due time to reform Nigeria,

“Peter Obi was reported as being advised immediately to start campaigning and wooing the core of northern Nigeria as well as the Muslim communities across the nation to disprove the notion that he uses identity politics.

“He has since commenced the exercise, but it is feared that the foreign media, which packaged him in the last election, consider him too difficult to rebrand based on analytics on his chances.

“His base, called the “obedient” people, made it clear to him that they would not accept any merger that would extinguish his presidential bid.

“He is between the devil and the deep blue sea.”

Trending