Felix Morka has asked why the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi has been more concerned with the poverty in the northern part of the country than the poverty in his backyard
The national publicity secretary of the APC raised this question during an interview with Arise TV. Morka said Peter Obi has always been speaking about his desire to tackle the poverty in the north however he was unable to eradicate poverty in Anambra when he was governor of the state.
About 7:50 minutes into a video shared on YouTube, Morka said "Peter Obi made statements about how if he was elected president or if he has the opportunity he will begin to tackle poverty from the north. The same thing he has done with our young people he is also doing with the north. There is poverty in Anambra State, while acting as governor he didn't eradicate poverty in the state. Why is the north poverty in the north more important to him than the one in his backyard?".
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