Peter Obi Has A Good Chance Of Winning The Presidency, Prof. Odion-Akhaine
By AyodejiGist (self media writer) | 24 days ago
In an interview with Sahara TV, a human rights activist and professor of political science at Lagos State University, Professor Odion-Akhaine, revealed that Peter Obi, the Labour Party presidential candidate, has a good chance of winning the 2023 presidential election.
The professor said that the chances of Peter Obi winning were high. He said it is bright if the current momentum among the Nigerian youths is anything to reckon with.
He further said that Peter Obi has a South-North ticket. His vice presidential candidate is from the North, and he does not think Datti Ahmed is a push over.
According to him, information from the North also shows that the youths of the northern part of the country are also being fired because of the ticket. He said people are also rushing to get their PVC, so it has become more like a group action and it speaks volume.
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