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Again!Peter Obi Cautions His Supporters Against Name Calling.



The Presidential candidate of Labour Party Mr Peter Obi has cautioned his thousands of supporters and party members to desist from name calling of other party or their candidate,saying that everybody has his or her own opinion in the forthcoming Presidential election.

Peter Obi gave the warning on Friday 11th November 2022,on a post on his official Twitter handle after a recent attack on the governor of Benue state Samuel Ortom by a Labour party supporter who described the action of the governor,as a “Deceit”.

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According to Obi he said that Nigeria is in the a big problem and at the risk of implosion from Economic,hardship and insecurity.and people should desist from action capable of bringing more problems in the country.

“I called on the Labour Party Faithfuls, especially candidates at all levels, including my supporters, to desist from name calling or derogating anyone, groups of persons or religions.

“Nigeria has very huge problems and is currently at risk of implosion from economic hardship and insecurity.

“The focus, therefore, should be on how to deal with deleterious consequences of a tanking economy, pervasive insecurity, and the many challenges that the nation is contending with, rather than degenerating into name calling. Specifically, during our recent campaign in Benue, a candidate referred to the Governor of Benue State, Dr. Samuel Ortom, as a “deceit.” That is totally unacceptable to us.

“The Governor of Benue State, Samuel Ortom, remain a very patriotic Nigerian, who has always spoken for the best interest of his people and Nigeria in general. We all have our shortcomings, I have mine, and so do others. But, we should not refer to people in such derogatory manner

“We must continue to focus on running an issue-based campaign, and unite with everyone to build a new and better Nigeria.

I wish all our candidates, including myself, well in the forthcoming elections.

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