Home2023 Elections#Breaking! Obi's Dilemma, Can't Quit The Fight Even If He Wants To.

#Breaking! Obi’s Dilemma, Can’t Quit The Fight Even If He Wants To.


Mr. Peter Obi has built a mob followership that he is afraid of throwing in the towel. The fanatical Obidients are now uncontrollably and dangerously bigger than Obi himself. If Obi stops the Tribunal Case, he may be in danger.

In 1967 when Prof. Sam Aluko advised Ojukwu not to fight the war and that a defeat will set Igbos back for a century, he was alleged to have answered. “It is too late, ruling Igbos is like ruling a pack of Lions every Igbo man is a Lion, if I say I won’t fight they will remove me possibly kill me & put a Leader that will fight the war…”

This is the same dilemma Obi may be facing.

Nothing has changed much, mindset-wise since 1967. It’s a DNA thing.

ME: This is indeed very correct.

I saw the signal since  July 2022

According to Donu Kogbara, media consultant for the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), Labour Party presidential candidate Peter Obi caused a tribal war between the Igbos and Yorubas living in Lagos State, and nearly all of her friends voted for Obi instead of Bola Tinubu in the recent Nigerian presidential election. According to Donu Kogbara, who gave an interview while assessing Nigeria’s electoral process, at least some of the INEC employees involved in the most recent elections were corrupted, and cheating occurred in at least some regions of the country.

Kogbara disclosed that Peter Obi is now a more prominent figure in Nigerian politics, and that she had to convince some of her friends, who are predominantly Yorubas, that Bola Tinubu isn’t a bad candidate on February 25. Despite this, 95% of her friends went to vote for Peter Obi, and Peter Obi really caused a tribal war between the Igbos and the Yorubas in Lagos State.

Then she remarked, “When I look at the wider picture, I worry that the conflict between the Igbos and the Yorubas in Lagos is a precursor to a full-scale civil war. Ninety-five percent of the Yoruba people I know voted for Peter Obi, I can guarantee you that. I’m the one who comforts them and asks, “Is Tinubu really so bad?” on occasion. I refuse to accept that certain members of law enforcement are not compromised, regardless of what anyone says. Stupidity on an epic scale is the only ble answer. This time around, perhaps due to public outcry over the initial nonsense, “.


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