Presidential election: Obi will defeat Tinubu, not Atiku – Okowa’s aide


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Special Assistant on Media to the Delta State Governor, Ossai Ovie Success has said that the Labour Party (LP) candidate, Peter Obi stands no chance of defeating his Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) counterpart, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, in Saturday’s presidential election.

He said that Obi can only defeat another frontrunner and All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.

According to Ossai, Obi can defeat Tinubu because Nigerians were tired of the APC’s misrule but will lose to Atiku because of the PDP candidate’s acceptability.

Ossai, who is an aide to Atiku’s running mate, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, “Honestly speaking, I don’t see the Presidential Candidate of the Labour Party Peter Obi winning this Presidential election considering the credentials and acceptability of the PDP Presidential Candidate Atiku Abubakar, and his running mate Governor Ifeanyi Okowa in the north and south.

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“I am sure he will defeat the Presidential Candidate of the All Progressive Congress APC Bola Tinubu because Nigerians are tired of the bad leadership his party has rendered to Nigeria and he can’t handle the pressure that comes with being a Nigeria President.”

“Nigerians are aware that Tinubu will take us to a military era if elected and won’t be able to perform effectively considering his records and the people that surround him.

“Our common enemy is the APC and we are going to vote massively against them as revenge for the pains they caused us in the past 8 years.

“Atiku is more prepared to be president than Peter Obi and Tinubu.

“He is a better option for Nigeria in rebranding our country.

“We have all seen his Agenda and it’s all about Nigerians.

“Atiku has more chances of winning the presidency because he has the needed experience and capacity being a former vice president of Nigeria who transformed the economy from a public sector monopoly and stagnation to a free market, pro-business private sector driven economy.

“As of today, all the permutations from the North to the South are in favour of Atiku and Okowa.”

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