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“How many parties could a man join in his lifetime?” – Sowore Disses Peter Obi

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As the 2023 election approaches, a presidential aspirant of the African Action Congress (AAC) and media entrepreneur, Omoyele Sowore, has criticised fellow hopeful, Peter Obi, for exiting a political party for the second time.

POLITICS NIGERIA reports that at the onset of his political career, Obi was a member of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA).

In the build-up to the 2019 presidential election, he teamed up with the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), and was named as the running mate to Atiku Abubakar, the party’s presidential candidate in that year’s general elections. His party came second.

Days before the PDP presidential primaries in respect of the 2023 election, the former Anambra State governor quit the party, with Labour Party being mooted as his next destination.

“Peter Obi has dumped rogue PDP. He’s reportedly heading to join rogue Labour leaders at the Labour Party. From APGA to PDP and now possibly to LP! How many parties could a man join in his lifetime?” Sowore, an Ondo-born pro-democracy activist, wrote on his verified Facebook page on Wednesday.

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2 Comments

  1. SPECULATIVE WITH PREJUDICE.

    How many times would a recalcitrant thuggery mien spew and spout PREEMPTIVE perception. The unrelenting reckless Misadventurer would rather berate another person who chose to exercise inalienable right to association and political participation.

    I am no fan of Peter Obi who done political harlotry with unprincipled personality, yet disclaims castigates fellow political travelers. A case of kettle and pot.

    THEY ARE ALL THE SAME, INCLUDING THE NUISANCE Sowore.

  2. WHERE IS MY CONTRIBUTION ON THIS PIECE. I HOPE YOU ARE NOT SANCTIONING AND CENSORING VIEWS ON THIS PLATFORM.

    I NEED TO KNOW IF YOUR PLATFORM RESTRICTS PREVENTS AND STIFLES CANDID OPINION.

    I have had cause to believe and suspect you do.

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