The Presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Mr. Peter Obi, on Tuesday endorsed the Governorship candidate of the Labour Party ahead of the Osun State Gubernatorial election, which would be taking place this weekend.
The people of Osun State came out in mass the grace the attendance of Peter Obi in Osun State.
Many Nigerians have reacted to Peter Obi's attendance in Labour Party's Governorship rally in Osun State, and amongst the Nigerians includes Aisha Yesufu. In reaction to Peter Obi's attendance in the Labour Party's Governorship rally in Osun State, she released a statement via her twitter handle saying,
“Handles that said Peter Obi has no business with state elections are now sharing his videos from Osun State.
We are citizens not slaves and we must be honest enough to let our candidates know when they haven't done the needful. No one is above mistake or oversight”.
Below is the screenshot of Aisha Yesufu's reaction gotten from her twitter handle;What do you have to say about this statement from Aisha Yesufu?
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