Peter Obi: Wike came against me in Rivers, I got more than 50% votes

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Obi and Wike

The presidential candidate of Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi, has said that Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State came against him in the February 25 presidential election in the state.

Obi said this as a guest on Arise TV‘s Morning Show programme today.

He also said he got the majority votes in the state.

The former Anambra governor slammed those who said the votes he got in Lagos were from Igbos.

According to Obi, many Nigerians across different tribal and religious divides voted for him in the election.

“Some people said he got votes in Lagos because of Igbos. How many Igbos live in Lagos?

“I got more votes from indigenous people in Lagos than those you can call visitors. Is it Igbos who voted for me in Nasarawa, Plateau and Abuja?

“In Rivers where you know that the governor came out against me in everything if the real votes in Rivers were counted, I won more than 50% in the State,” he said.

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