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Equity Insistent Makinde Receives Peter Obi In Ibadan. Oyo Voter’s May Take A Cue, Vote Labour At Presidency

The Oasis Reporters

September 30, 2022




Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State welcomes Peter Obi to his Office in Govt House, Ibadan


By Greg Abolo



Peter Obi was at Ibadan, and he visited the Governor of Oyo State, Engr. Seyi Makinde as part of his consultations ahead of the 2023 general elections for very frank and constructive discussions, according to him.



The governors who had met at Asaba, Delta State under the auspices of the Southern Governors Forum where they had insisted that the presidency must move down south having been in the north under Buhari for eight years, come 2023, tactically avoided the Atiku Abubakar Presidential Campaign Organization Launch.





Even when Atiku Abubakar visited Seyi Makinde in Ibadan weeks ago, the governor minced no words on the issues of fairness, equity and justice.

Days ago, Peter Obi also visited Governor Rotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State.



Peter Obi also visited former president Olusegun Obasanjo at Ota.





General Abdulsalami Abubakar:



And see who met with Peter Obi today: Irrepressible governor of Rivers State, the face of stability in the PDP when a few of the Northern wing decided to wrestle the party to the ground and destroy it. They came back years after appearing apologetically, but wanting to make it a northern tribal party and Vehicle for rulership of all Nigerian people.

Nyesom Wike became the face of the resistance to buy the party with dollars and dispossess those who struggled to build it.

Peter Obi said “earlier today, I visited
@GovWike in Port Harcourt. As usual, I was very well received with genuine warmth and fraternal affection. Naturally, we discussed issues germane to national interest and nation-building”.





The good thing in the struggle to keep Nigeria for all it’s good people is that a significant part of the Northern geographical area, the Middle Belt, is aligning with justice for the South. Even when a section of the north continues to marginalize the Middle Belt who are mostly Christians and liberal Muslims who cherish education for all it’s children.



There’s also support from the home front in the South East.


From the wonderful receptions Peter Obi and his running mate, Yusuf Datti are receiving across the length and breath of Nigeria, chances are bright that Labour Party would be ushered into the presidency in 2023.


By Greg Abolo



Greg Abolo

Blogger at The Oasis Reporters.

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