A youth leader of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Dayo Israel, has said that the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi has worse character issues than the standard bearer of the APC, Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
Mr Dayo Israel said this during an interview on Wednesday with Zain Asher on CNN, where he commented on the forthcoming elections and the chances of his principal at the polls. Responding to a question about Tinubu's alleged involvement in drug trafficking, the youth leader said that Peter Obi has also been accused of drug trafficking.
According him, a woman whom he could not disclose her identity had confessed that Obi was behind an undisclosed drug trafficking ring that led to the abuse of young people when he was governor of Anambra State.
He said, "The candidate of the Labour Party is said to have been involved in drug trafficking. A woman confessed that he was behind the traffic ring and that there was violence against young people. This was what led a lot of young people to being abused with police brutality while he was governor of Anambra".
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