Obi Supporters Frown At ‘Atiku/Obi’ Campaign Posters In Bauchi 

A coalition of supporters of the presidential candidate of Labour Party (LP) Peter Obi and his running mate, Yusuf Ahmed Datti has frowned at a campaign poster in circulation in Bauchi State, with the pictures of the presidential candidate of the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar Obi as presidential and vice presidential candidates in the 2023 general election.

The Chairman of Obidatti Coalition, Elder Musa Abel told journalist on Monday in Bauchi that is deliberate effort to confuse teeming supporters of the LP in the state.

According to him, the PDP wants to tap into Obi’s massive popularity.

He stressed that its candidate has not formed any political alliance with anyone.

Abel said, “The attention of the Coalition of Obidatti Support groups in Bauchi State has been drawn to a deliberate misinformation campaign carried out by some persons who are bent on misdirecting teeming Obidients in Bauchi state. It is aimed at frustrating the obvious victory of HE Peter Obi at the Presidential Election.

“This is an attempt at taking advantage of the popularity of HE Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party and aligning him with a different party to our detriment. They claim that these were 2019 posters and the persons who placed them were not aware that HE Peter Obi is no more in the PDP, which calls for serious concern.

“Peter Obi and Senator Yusuf Ahmed Datti are soaring in popularity as Nigerians are clamouring for genuine turnaround. We call on our teeming support groups to intensify mobilisation and sensitization of the campaign, especially at the grassroots as we consolidate on our gains.”

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