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My duplicates on rampage, mimicking my voice, calling people – Peter Obi

The presidential candidate of the Labour Party, LP, Peter Obi, has revealed that his duplicates are on the rampage, mimicking his voice while calling people. 

Obi revealed this on Thursday in a statement posted on his verified Twitter account.

The Labour Party's presidential candidate voiced concern over the situation and bemoaned the fact that he is now a target on both a national and international level.

"All of these are intended to do nothing more than cause flagrant mayhem in an effort to demarket Peter Obi. If the plan was to undermine credibility, it has utterly failed.

"Peter Obi is the only presidential contender who has publicly advised Nigerian voters not to cast their ballots for him based on their religion or ethnicity.

As a result, we would like to urge the people of Nigeria to keep working hard to reclaim the mandate that, as far as we are aware, was freely granted to Peter Obi and Datti Baba-Ahmed by legal means.

"That is more significant than expecting those who stood for office using false documentation and even made-up bishops to stop lying. Since they are fraudsters by nature, they cannot stop. According to Vanguard.

A few hours later, however, Okonkwo released a different statement in which she affirmed the veracity of the same recording but claimed that the critics had misinterpreted it.

Our attention has been attracted to the release of this audio recording of a private conversation between @PeterObi and Bishop Oyedepo, he added in his message. It is not surprising that these political criminals are attempting to portray Obi as making a religious statement in the course of their chat.

First off, Bishop Oyedepo's description of the conversation's context—“All Nigerians have equal stake in this nation, nobody has the right to claim that he is rushing something to someone“—was excellent.

Peter Obi was merely pleading with the Bishop to assist him in spreading the message that all Nigerians have an equal stake in the country's development because the opposition party's MPs are treating this campaign like a religious conflict.

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Labour Party Nigerian Obi Peter Obi


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