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Soludo: Peter Obi is Only Making a way for Tinubu for 2023, Even if I campaign for him, he will not win


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Why Tinubu should fund ’s campaign – Soludo

, the governor of Anambra State, has advised , the ’s presidential candidate, to support Peter Obi of the in his campaign.

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Soludo claims that Obi is paving the way for Tinubu to win in 2023 and that he should not be taken seriously.

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In a lengthy paper published on Monday, he made this claim.

As a “home boy,” Peter Obi will undoubtedly receive some votes and possibly win in the state of Anambra, Soludo said.


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Anambra, however, is not Nigeria. I can even run a campaign for him, but that will not make much of a difference.

He was on track to receive 25% in five states as of August of this year, according to internal state-by-state polling that I have access to.

Recent polling indicates that the number of states is now down to four and dropping. Not even in , the alleged epicentre of urban youth, where the Labour Party was unable to find candidates to run for the Senate or the House of Representatives.

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The polls also indicate that he is primarily costing the votes. In fact, if I were Asiwaju Tinubu, I would give Peter Obi money to run one of his campaign’s departments because Obi is paving the way for Tinubu’s victory by subtly undermining PDP.

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