Peter Obi: British government hasn’t apologised for my detention


, the Presidential candidate of Labour Party (LP), has stated that he has not received any letter of apology from the British government regarding his detention by immigration officials at Heathrow Airport in London.


Obi’s rebuttal was successfully conveyed by Diran Onifade, the Head of Media and Communications for the Obi-Datti Presidential Campaign Council.


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Onifade has stated that there have been inquiries regarding an apology that the British Government or any of its agencies may have issued to Mr. Peter Obi. This apology is said to be in relation to a routine Immigration engagement that Mr. Obi had during his brief visit to London on April 7th.


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We are confident that we have not issued any statement or apology regarding this matter.


We remain hopeful that we will uncover the truth behind the identity theft and put an end to it.




We are optimistic that the British authorities will successfully resolve the matter to a conclusion.


It’s great to hear that Mr. Peter Obi and the LP/PCC have moved on from the incident and are fully focused on their goals.


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We are confident that the legal processes before the Petition Tribunal will lead to the recovery of our mandate, which we believe was overwhelmingly expressed by voters in the Presidential election of February 25th.



It’s great to hear that the British government apologised to Obi for his detention at Heathrow Airport, as mentioned by the Spokesperson of the Atiku Abubakar presidential campaign, Daniel Bwala.



On Friday, Obi had an encounter with an immigration official at Heathrow Airport in London and was given a detention note. However, there is hope for a positive outcome.

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