Obi Is Part Of The Old System, He Built No Schools, Industries, As Governor Of Anambra – Sowore
Omoyele Sowore has slammed the presidential candidate of Labour Party, Peter Obi. According to Omoyele Sowore, Peter Obi is not a threat to his ambition of becoming the president of Nigeria under the African Action Congress.
According to Sowore, Peter Obi is part of the old political system which he has been fighting against for many years. According to Sowore, there is no difference between Peter Obi and other presidential candidates of other parties.
Sowore made this known while speaking with Channels Television. According to Sowore, Peter Obi has been a member of PDP, APGA, and LP. Sowore was of the opinion that since Peter Obi has been associating with politicians whom he believes are part of Nigeria’s problems, then Peter Obi is one of them.
According to Sowore, Peter Obi achieved nothing as the governor of Anambra State despite staying in power for eight years. According to Sowore, Peter Obi built no schools, industries, or power station during his time as the governor of Anambra State and for that reason, he does not see Peter Obi as the right man to lead Nigeria.
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