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Peter Obi Speaks Like One Who Is Myopic About The Issues Affecting Nigeria – LP Faction

Peter Obi

Peter Obi

The Lamidi Apapa faction of the Labour Party has called out the party’s presidential candidate, Peter Obi over his recent criticisms of President Bola Tinubu’s administration.

The National Publicity Secretary of the Labour Party faction, Abayomi Arabambi recently had his say while speaking to the press, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, it is clear that Obi is still basking on the euphoria of 2023 Presidential Election defeat shock because his new style of deceptive politics only exposes how he lacks the required knowledge about the happenings in the country.

He added that Obi’s destructive criticism of the Nigerian State on the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery comes from one who is myopic about the topical issues in Nigeria.

His words, “Peter Obi’s outburst of confusion regarding the Walk Free Organisation Global Slavery Index Reports of 2023 has further exposed his shallow intellectual capacity and campaign of calumny against the Nigerian State and further exposed his quest to wallow in character assassination of Mr. President to gain undeserved sympathy.

The lies in the form of figures, data, indices and parameters quoted by Peter Obi have been found to be the handiwork of a frustrated self-acclaimed opposition leader, bereft of spirit of patriotism and goodwill to the nation.

From the 2023 Global Slavery Index Reports by the Walk Free Organisation, the country rated with the highest rate of people experiencing modern slavery in 2023 in the world was North Korea. So, Peter Obi ought to have embarked on in-depth research before coming to the public sphere to dish out fake indices and data.

In Africa, the countries with the highest prevalence of modern slavery are Eritrea, Mauritania and South Sudan. Nigeria is adjudged to be a country enjoying minimal cases of modern slavery.

Coming to the world in general, the latest Global Slavery Index Reports produced by human rights groups, Walk Free Organisation, revealed the ten countries with the highest prevalence of modern slavery.

In the descending order of magnitude were North Korea, Eritrea, Mauritania, Saudi Arabia, Turkiye, Tajikistan, UAE, Russia, Afghanistan, and Kuwait

The LP National Chairman, Alh Bashiru Lamidi Apapa therefore distances the party from the unguided utterances of Peter Obi, who is well known for cooking up figures, data and indices to deceive the gullible Nigerians and his daft infamous ethnic irredeemable, irresponsible, irredentist Obi-dient supporters.

Nigerians must disregard the malicious and false erroneous piece, dished out by Peter Obi on the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, since Nigeria had cleared herself from the menace of slavery since 1945.”

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