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We Found That Tinubu & APC Sponsored Individuals To Attend Obi’s campaign Rallies – Daniel Bwala



A frontrunner of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Daniel Bwala, has come out to clarify why he believes the candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, performed a key function within the successes recorded by Peter Obi in a few of his campaign rallies throughout the nation with lower than 48 hours earlier than the beginning of what’s arguably probably the most talked-about presidential elections in Nigeria’s democratic historical past. CONTINUE READING

Throughout an interview on Channels TV’s ‘Verdict 2023’ program with Seun Akinbaloye on Thursday night, Bwala, who left the APC in favor of Atiku’s campaign in 2022, revealed that just a few weeks prior, he had obtained an intelligence report suggesting that Tinubu was actively paying voters to go to Obi’s rallies with the intention to preserve the Labour Party campaign.

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The APC is conscious that any assist for Obi on election day will profit Tinubu and the ruling party, in line with the PDP spokesman.

“I’m studying to Peter Obi as a result of the inquiries we obtain often suggest that Obi is a brand-new phenomena and that he’s a number of issues.

Let me even discuss in regards to the spiritual aspect earlier than I tackle my individuals. For probably the most half, he used faith to enchantment to individuals’s emotions and feelings throughout this campaign. It’s a Christian battle on one aspect and jihad on the opposite. I’ll inform you proper now that each Christian who votes for Peter Obi can also be supporting Asiwaju. APC is maintaining a tally of this.

Somewhat over three weeks in the past, I realized that Asiwaju and the APC paid for individuals to attend Obi’s rallies with the intention to maintain him within the race. They imagine that so long as Obi’s campaign is lively, he would steal PDP supporters’ votes.”

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