Ahead of the 2023 presidential election, Barrister Oladosu Oladipo, in an interview has revealed why the former governor of Anambra State and the presidential candidate of Labour Party, Peter Obi may not win the election coming up on Saturday. According to him, Peter Obi lacks political structure and his 8 years leadership of Anambra State is not a monument at all and virtually nothing to write home about
He made this statement during an interview with Nation Newspaper, where he claimed that the presidential candidate of APC, Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu will emerged victorious in the election
In his own words, Barrister Oladosu Oladipo said "On the point of politics, Peter Obi lacks political structure, which is ‘sine qua none’ to his electoral fortune. To worsen his political misfortune, his 8 years leadership and rulership of Anambra State is not a monument at all and virtually nothing to write home about.
"He (Obi) cannot and will not become the president of Nigeria after the presidential election. He can do well in the election but definitely not win in this instant election"- he added
Source: The Nation Newspaper
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