Obinna Nwosu, who was the youngest House of Representatives candidate in the Abia state elections, released a tweet on his official Twitter account about the narration of a retired hawker who claimed that the presidential flag bearer of the Labour Party, Peter Gregory Obi, who has been in court recentlyto reclaim what he claims is a stolen mandate, made him a millionaire during the course of the presidential election.
The statement released by Obinna read, "A retired street hawker told me how he sold over 6,000 Labour Party flags during the 2023 presidential elections. He told me to help him thank Peter Obi for making him a millionaire without knowing who he was. Here is another beneficiary of Peter Obi's grace.
The following are some of the screenshot reactions that the statement generated on Twitter.
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