Amid the ongoing uproar that has greeted the controversial statement made by the Labour Party Presidential candidate, Peter Gregory Obi, in which he stated that he will lift Nigerians out of poverty starting from the North if he reclaims his 'stolen' mandate, the national publicity secretary of the All Progressive Congress (APC) has asked why Obi has been more concerned with the poverty in the northern part of the country than the poverty in his own state.
Felix Morka claimed in a recent live appearance on Arise TV that Peter Gregory Obi has consistently expressed a desire to combat poverty in the north. When he was the state's governor, he was unable to end poverty in Anambra.
"There is poverty in Anambra state, and when Peter Obi was governor, he did not eradicate It," he remarked, quoting exactly what Felix Morka had claimed.Peter Obi has stated that he would start combating poverty in the north if given the chance or elected president. He is treating our young people the same way he is treating the north.
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