The Special Adviser to Peter Obi on Technology and Strategic Alliances, Valentine Ozigbo has explained why some elderly people are not professing support for his principal.
While speaking during a press conference, Ozigbo said some elderly people are afraid of openly declaring their support for Peter Obi for fear of being attacked while some are not in support of Obi because they are beneficiaries of other presidential candidates. He disclosed a story of how the daughter of a beneficiary of Bola Tinubu in the southwest told her father to stop paying her school fees after she learned that Tinubu helped her father to make money.
About 14:30 minutes into a video share on YouTube, Ozigbo said: "I heard a beautiful story from a southwest lady, a young girl who is schooling abroad picked up her phone called her dad and asked him Daddy who are you going to vote for? And the father answered Bola Tinubu of course and the daughter said Daddy why? And he answered you know this money I am using to train you abroad, if not for Asiwaju (sic), and the young girl said from today you seize to pay my school fees".
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