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PDP Has Lost 15 million Votes As A Result Of Peter Obi’s Departure – Coalition

PDP Has Lost 15 million Votes As A Result Of Peter Obi’s Departure – Coalition

The Coalition for Peter Obi has commended the former governor of Anambra State for leaving the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP), saying the party will lose over 15 million votes in the presidential election come 2023.Information Guide Nigeria

Peter Obi, a presidential aspirant, formerly on the platform of the PDP announced his resignation from the party a few days before the primary election. DAILY POST reports.

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The groups in a statement presented by Marcel Ngogbehei, Chairman of the Coalition said, the official announcement of Peter Obi’s exit from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) pushed the former governor to form an alliance with credible Nigerians.

“We are delighted that the former governor of Anambra, Mr Peter Obi listened to the request of his 23 support groups to dump the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), following the shenanigans going on inside the party ahead of the party’s presidential primary”. jamb results

“With the recent development, it is obvious that PDP has automatically lost 15 million votes because of Peter Obi’s decision to dump the party.

“We, therefore, urge Mr Peter Obi to look for Nigerians of like minds and vie to be president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the forthcoming 2023 general elections .”


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