PDP Is Looking For A Way To Stop Peter Obi And Tinubu From Contesting In The Race-Babajide Otitoloju
By Daisy20 (self media writer) | 26 days ago
The Nigerian journalist, Babajide Otitoloju, has spoken on the news why PDP has sought the disqualification of Peter Obi and Bola Tinubu due to their changing of running mates after the INEC deadline, as both LP and APC presidential candidates change their running mates after June 17, the INEC deadline. According to Babajide Otitoloju, Peter Obi and Tinubu have become major factors in the coming election as the two are the most talked about candidates for the coming elections as they are both clearly enjoying greater visibility than the PDP presidential candidate. Babajide further explains why the two presidential candidates are enjoying more visibility. Nigerian youth see Peter Obi as an alternative to the usual Nigerian politicians, and the youth prefer him to others. For the APC candidates, being a candidate of the ruling party in Nigeria presently is a strength for them, which the PDP sees as a threat to them in the forthcoming election and hence looking for a way to pull these two off from the election, which the court might not grant the law suit for certain reasons.
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