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Peter Obi Connived With Bank Officials To Inflict Pain On Nigerians – APC

Peter Obi

Peter Obi

The Presidential Campaign Council of the All Progressives Congress has come out to blast presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi for backing the currency redesign policy of the Central Bank of Nigeria.

He recently had his say while speaking to the press, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to the spokesperson for the APC PCC in Osun State, Remi Omowaiye, the policy is clearly an attempt to inflict pains on Nigerians, and he believes Peter Obi connived with bank officials to inflict hardship on the citizens.

He added that Obi has been a banker before, and most bankers live to benefit from the pain of Nigerians.

His words, “I am not surprised that Peter Obi is doing this, he has been a chairman of a bank before, most of the bankers are benefitting from this hardship, so I understand where he is coming from. Peter Obi has serious interest in Fidelity Bank. He went to keep Anambra money in the fidelity bank, which he ought to have been used to develop the state.”

“Peter Obi has once again displayed to us and demonstrated to us that his business interest supersedes the interest of Nigerians because I don’t expect him to come out and start defending this policy . I would have expected him to sympathize with Nigerians and condemn this policy, this is the same way he has failed to condemn IPOB over the killing of innocent people.”

“It is very important that this is a very ill time policy. We are not saying they should not change currency but there should be enough strategy on how to do this. You collected old money from people, you forced us to bring old money to the bank, now it is the old money that you are returning back to people. It is obvious that Obi wants to gain political profits from the agony of Nigerians.”

“How did you explain it, people have money in the bank but they can’t access their money. There is unrest in some towns in Nigeria. Two people have been killed in Ibadan, there was also demonstration in Warri , people are going through hard times because of this policy.”

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