The Twitter lady with the Username @firstladyship said in a series of tweet that Nigerians are a different breed of humans, they will vote for Yahaya Bello and not Peter Obi after which the will come back to apologize for their wrong choice after 4 Years.
See her tweets below;
The Lady in a series of tweets wrote;
"Typical Nigerian will vote for Yahaya Bello & not Peter Obi. Then come on TL & start apologizing after 4 years.
Nigerians are a different breed of humans. Some are even celebrating the Speaker of the House, Femi Gbajamaibilia for eating Amala & Ewudu in a Surulere restaurant."
Kogi Governor Yahaya Bello has not formally declared to run for president in 2023, but his foot soldiers are already on the field. On the other hand, Mr. Peter Obi is a man of character and integrity and seems to be more suited for the position, but will the Ibos give him a chance.
Nigeria’s next presidential election is in 2023, which means there are still two years before the poll.
Among these two candidates, who do you think has more chances of emerging as the President of Nigeria in the year 2023?
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