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Senator Uche Ekwunife Asks Igbos To Forget Peter Obi And Vote Atiku

Senator Uche Ekwunife, the senatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), for the Anambra Central senatorial district, has called on Igbos in the Southeast to forget about the candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi but vote for the candidate of the PDP, Atiku Abubakar in the February 25 Presidential election.

“Peter Obi is no doubt, a force to reckon with in the election, but will not be able to garner the required spread that will secure a win, unlike Atiku who has everything it takes to win the election with a high margin.”

Ekwunife, who reacted to an online report claiming that she had endorsed Obi in the February poll, in a statement today, February 5, said that Obi does not have the capacity to garner the required spread across the country to make him win the presidential election.

The statement with the caption, ‘My purported endorsement of Peter Obi,’ reads: “It has come to my notice that an online blog has been circulating articles claiming that I have endorsed the presidential candidate of the LP, Mr Peter Obi, in the forthcoming February poll. It further attributed statements that may translate as adopting Obi as my candidate for the election.

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“I want to state categorically that those statements never emanated from me or my campaign council. I also wish to state that Peter Obi is my leader and an elder brother from Anambra Central whom I respect and hold in high esteem.

“But our political aspiration has become divergent, hence, the need for me to focus on delivering our presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar and the vice presidential candidate, Ifeanyi Okowa, who are of the PDP.

“May I restate that I’m of the PDP and we have candidates in all the elective positions across Nigeria and I cannot at this point, work against my party or any of her candidates for whatever reasons?

She then asked the people of Anambra and Nigerians to key into Atiku’s presidential aspiration as a “project to rescue Nigeria and get her on the path of greatness.”

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