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Doyin Okupe Drops Presidential Ambition, Supports Peter Obi

by Austin Areh
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What has determined a lot of direction and focus point in our country sometimes is the missing link between the international community and our indigenous angle of operations . Over time, Nigeria youths will know how to separate assumptions from facts, that’s the base of our misdirected energy. We have youths who are creating different things everyday, and after this, they need to pay for PR and hype from the media when the government owns TV and radio stations. I mean, as much as negativity sells so fast, it is because we do not have enough positive content to match that up. If we have state government involved with engaging the youths in modern day ventures, the large number of people that turn up for conflict and chaos will totally reduce.

While there are initiatives to change the narrative about how things are done in the Nigerian context, especially in the aspect of elections where the concepts and attitudes towards the process needs a total clean up and image control put in place , it has been announced that Doyin Okupe , has dropped his political ambition to support Peter Obi, this is surprising to many people , who have shared their amusement that politics is taking a dynamic turn, as they have never seen a politician from another region , drop his ambition to canvass for supporters for another.  While addressing Press men at the NUJ secretariat in Abeokuta, Ogun State, The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, on the 31st of March , 2022. He further  said he has left his ambition and conceded the same to the South East in the spirit of fairness and equity, stating that , he was the first person to declare for The Presidential position on Nigeria.

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