According to the report from Youtube, Ezekiel Nya-Etok, a well-known statesman and politician from Nigeria, has said that the opposing party may be funding saboteurs against the Labour Party toter appear confused. Ezekiel was questioned in an interview about whether Lamidi Apapa's problem might be detracting attention from Peter Obi's case before the presidential tribunal.
Nya-Etok spoke on the subject, asking, "Who would want such a distraction? or the opposition, which thinks the LP has a legitimate case and worries that the case shouldn't go forward. They have turned to dispersing the LP rather than constructing their counter-defence.
People are protesting and marching, he said, but instead of allowing them to do so or providing a reason not to, they sent hoodlums to infiltrate them and cause chaos to make them appear confused. It seems like a pointless action on the part of the opposition. Nigerians are watching, so attention must be focused.
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