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2023: ‘Why Some People Cannot Sell Their Candidates Without Attacking Peter Obi’ – Peter Okoye

Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye of PSquare, has reveal why the supporters of other presidential candidates attack Labour Party (LP) flag bearer, Peter Obi.

POLITICS 360 reports that the singer made the statement in his verified Twitter handle on Tuesday.

According to Peter, who is also known as Mr P,  other opponents attack Obi because their candidates are bad products.

READ MORE: Peter Obi Mean Well For Nigerians, I Don’t Underestimate Him – APC Chairman, Adamu

He added that the supporters of the opposition party can’t promote their candidate with out attacking the former Governor of Anambra State.

He tweeted: “Do you know why some people can’t sell their candidates without attacking Peter Obi? Because their candidates are bad market.”



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