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Former APC Presidential Aspirant Endorses Obi, Dumps Tinubu

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Ex Presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress, APC, Dr. SKC Ogbonnia, has made known his intention to dump his political party and its 2023 Presidential candidate and support Peter Obi (presidential candidate of Labour Party).

Ogbonnia said he made this decision because he has seen that Peter Obi is a ‘democratic revolution, whose time has come,’
adding that “with every sense of patriotism, he was joining the Nigerian masses to endorse Obi as the next president of Nigeria”.

Though I remain a member of the All Progressives Congress, APC, I must not support Tinubu, its presidential candidate in the 2023 elections. The decision to endorse the candidate of an opposition party did not come easy. But there comes a time to say ‘enough is enough’, Ogbonnia stated.

He said that his first disdain from Tinubu was because of his very unpredictable traits, he stated that neither fellow party members nor ordinary Nigerians can claim to know who Ahmed Tinubu truly is.

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“Everything about the man is shady—from his name, state of origin, the schools attended, certificates received; his record in America to his true source of income, let alone any true intention of seeking the presidency, apart from an arrogant claim that it is his turn to rule Nigeria.

Besides the shady background, a series of events also show that Tinubu does not have any good sense of equity, justice, fairness, and patriotism, the virtues he claims to promote.

The truth is that Bola Ahmed Tinubu is even more insensitive about the Nigerian state and her problems than President Muhammadu Buhari. It is common knowledge that the APC National Leader no longer possesses the physical fitness to explore the Nigerian presidency, but it has equally become very apparent that he no longer has the mental capacity,”

Ogbonnia claimed.

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