The executive governor of Rivers State, Godwin Obaseki, has come out to condemn the presidential bid of the Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi, ahead of the forthcoming election, saying he lacks experience and is not competent to rule the country.
Obaseki made this known to supporters during a campaign rally, telling them not to make a mistake by voting a man who is not competent and has not gathered enough experience to rule the country. He however made it known that the Labour Party candidate is a good man but it is not yet his time to govern.
According to him, "let us not make a mistake; the Labour Party candidate is my friend; I already have a conversation with him; it's not yet his time; he doesn't have the experience we need at this time." "State and Federal Government is different; the experience you need to govern a federal government is different from a state government. Obi is a good man, but it's not yet his time to rule the country. Let him gather more experience."
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