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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Ijoba85: 6:15pm On Jun 12, 2022
Don't make the mistake of voting a party, vote the individual, what did Obi achieve when he was a governor? What contribution has he make to better the lot of the masses? How many people have risen through him? What contribution did he make to enthrone our democracy? What can he say about his involvement in the pandora case? And for Atiku..can Atiku enter USA ? His haliburton corruption charges linger on....Read about him more from Obasanjo's book: MY WATCH...Tinubu could be corrupt too at least he creates jobs with it and eyes can see the result of the foundation he laid for a modern and prosperous Lagos, the others built universities the poor masses can't attend , American university in Yola is owned by Atiku, I heard they pay their fees in dollars...post=113736243]Yes o and we are very determined to kick out the poverty and blood sucking party called APC this time around.[/quote]
Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by daygee12: 6:15pm On Jun 12, 2022
Bomboiy:


An average Igbo man in onitsha knows Tinubu for being corrupt,for looting Lagos dry and running the entire Southwest like his father's property.
It's because Yoruba accommodated them warmly
Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Donsheddy: 6:15pm On Jun 12, 2022
SimplePlan34:


Check my post on politics and u know I am anti Tinubu. But like I said if the south splits their votes for Obi then Tinubu takes it home. Obi cannot win a presidential election. No Igbo man can at this moment. I don't want you to look at it as a conspiracy or the usual tribal sentiment. Just pure facts . U just don't have the numbers.

The east don't have the numbers cus they don't come out to vote...

The east has 10.5m registered voters...
That's minus those outside the region...

The north east has 11 million voters.....

Don't forget among the three aspirant obi has two regions in his bag....
The battle ground is the n.w and n.c ...

We know four contestants are battling those ground...
Bulk vote won't be going to any of the contestant from those region...

It's between Atiku , kwankwaso and tinubu...

The west ain't known to give bloc votes to contestants....

We know the south west vote will be keenly contested...
But you can't say the same for the south south ...

Honestly if votes will count the chances of APC winning this one will be slim

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Emilo(m): 6:16pm On Jun 12, 2022
Pabloma:

Mumuu like you....if Tinubu looted Lagos dry why are you people are tripping down to Lagos to enjoy the basic amenities provided by Tinubu in Lagos state. Can't you stay in your state and develop it like Lagos?...... Unna no reach!!!!!!.... CITYboy for President!!!!!!!.... Follow person way sabi road TINUBU all the way!!!!!!

I challenge the incoming president to open up the sea ports in Calabar, Akwa ibom, Bonny, Warri and let's see how many people will remain in Lagos State.

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by mployer(m): 6:16pm On Jun 12, 2022
EDOLUWA:
Abeg Peter Obi, don't let Social Media politicians deceive you oooo, quickly go and form alliance with PDP so you won't lose out completely. Labour party have no chance in the next election.


There's still 8 months to election and he has built this momentum in just one month.

Aren't you bothered?

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Ijoba85: 6:17pm On Jun 12, 2022
Oga Ade , na JuJu you want use? So Hausa go vote Igbo man wey no dey ruling party? Your matter tire me walahi
Tdoctor:


One person with a 50 monikers. You remind me of Sanballat and Tobiah that were discouraging those who were building the walls of Jerusalem in Nehemaiah's days. Keep criticizing while Labour party increases. E go do una like film! grin smiley wink
Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Juanmike(m): 6:17pm On Jun 12, 2022
Thinkam:
Igbos are smart the moment Peter Obi doesn't garner any momentum he will be dumped or even Obi himself will drop out of the race..

Like he did during PDP primaries, Obi is very realistic I await his resignation from politics..


Tinubu and SWAGA will Insult Peter Obi and Igbos for Choosing a Party with no structure or reach.

Why aren't they insulting Kwankwaso and NNPP, there's currently No difference between LP and NNPP today.

IGBOS BE WISE, DON'T BE Sacrificial Lamb again for North and Southwest alliance, you can't Afford this alliance succeeding past 2023.
You sound so foolish, no wonder you are poor.

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by pacesetting: 6:17pm On Jun 12, 2022
Angelfrost:


It's barely a month sir, and he has managed to sweep through the entire South... In two months, the North will know him fully.

Obi's emergence is the best thing to ever happen to this 3rd world country's politics!

He may or may not win, but whoever wins will have to seriously sit up and deliver fully!

This nation has never witnessed a third force like this!
Exactly my point. People don't understand that this is an unprecedented movement in the history of Nigeria.

Even if he doesn't win, it will push the winner to sit up because Obi will come again in the next four years.

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by SimplePlan34: 6:18pm On Jun 12, 2022
Donsheddy:


The east don't have the numbers cus they don't come out to vote...

The east has 10.5m registered voters...
That's minus those outside the region...

The north east has 11 million voters.....

Don't forget among the three aspirant obi has two regions in his bag....
The battle ground is the n.w and n.c ...

We know four contestants are battling those ground...
Bulk vote won't be going to any of the contestant from those region...

It's between Atiku , kwankwaso and tinubu...

The west ain't known to give bloc votes to contestants....

We know the south west vote will be keenly contested...
But you can't say the same for the south south ...

Honestly if votes will count the chances of APC winning this one will be slim

Well am not really interested in argument
Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Lucifer1419: 6:18pm On Jun 12, 2022
coast2sahara:
Winning election is not media noise. It's about structures..who are the Guber candidates of labour party all around the country? Who are the HOA, HOR and Senatorial candidates all around the states? These people should be the foot soldiers on election day.
Social media hyping and wishes do not win elections.
I fault Obi for jumping late into Labour Party. He is a good man no doubt..but there are no enough time to build the kind of structures that can give him second position in today's Nigeria.
But, it is good he has started...may be, 2027, if he doesn't chicken out, he could make a better impact.
so you're happy to wait until 2027 before anything good can come out of Nigeria, between atiku and tinubu who do you prefer, something tells me that Nigeria youth will make another wrong choice again, and our suffering will continue.

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by raumdeuter: 6:18pm On Jun 12, 2022
Tdoctor:


Fair argument and that is why Mbadinuju was the only governor not to be reelected during Obasanjo regime. Anambra state currently has a governor voted by the people. It is important that Nigeria avoids imposition at this point and gets it right.

Let's do it all for Peter Obi and mostly for ourselves come 2023! Peter Obi will not suffer if things become worse in Nigeria o!

Mbadinuju left govt in 2003. What of the governors looting Anambra for the past 20yrs, when will this Anambra man care about them. As at today Lagos is mre secure than Anambra where a legislators head was cut in public, Anambra where every Monday is work free

Anambra where most youths and graduates leave to this same corrupt looted Tinubu Lagos to eke a living

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Nobody: 6:19pm On Jun 12, 2022
oikirodah:

https://ireporteronline.com.ng/blog/2023the-rise-and-rise-of-labour-party-and-peter-obis-tremendous-chances-for-president-by-osigwe-omo-ikirodah/

Rubbish! How can you say south East should let go their ego and vote Obi? A descendant of fallen demon must have written this subtle trash!
Who were we going to vote in the first place if not Obi?

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Angelfrost(m): 6:21pm On Jun 12, 2022
pacesetting:
Exactly my point. People don't understand that this is an unprecedented movement in the history of Nigeria.

Even if he doesn't win, it will push the winner to sit up because Obi will come again in the next four years.

Those speaking against Peter Obi are not after the progress of Nigeria... They are merely interested in their greed and selfish interests.

They are the true enemies of Nigeria!

How can a nation survive a useless president like Buhari, and the citizens still campaign for those in the same fold and ilk as Buhari?!! No be juju be dat?!!

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Mrexcell(m): 6:24pm On Jun 12, 2022
[quote author=Thinkam post=113724082]

Comot here how this one concern us


Each time in the history of Nigeria when a punching bag is required, Igbos will always offer themselves up.

I don't know if this is a curse, or just shortsightedness or mere coincidence.

1) pre-coup the west was experiencing a terrorist crisis ( almost similar to what UGM is doing) Nzeogu and friends offered themselves up to be used as punching bags.

2) Abacha VS Abiola, Nzeribe offered himself to be used

3) Jonathan vs Northern cabal, Igbos offered themselves again

4) Tinubu VS Atiku, the delusional Peter Obi presented himself again. instead of Igbos to do the same thing Yorubas always do in any South VS North affair (which is side with the north) they're wasting their time and energy on a fruitless endeavor.


Tinubu and His SWAGA companions would never Dare attack an Northern aspirant, point one Tinubu Supporter attacking Kwankwaso or Atiku.

Peter Obi and Igbos will always be targeted by Tinubuists and SWAGA, If one is following this election online it'll seem like the election is Between Peter Obi/Igbos VS Yoruba/Tinubu.

This is the time Igbos should Take the back seat and just Enjoy the ride, If Peter Obi drops out of the race today.
YOU'LL see the Yorubas will have nothing to campaign with or against, even the northerners that are Political are not Attacking Atiku and his major party, every Ammunition is targeted at Peter Obi and Igbos.

Igbos have Sense, Tell Peter Obi to drop out, the single thing that can bring all Nigerians together is to be Anti-Igbo don't help them strengthen that Anti-Igbo Unity for another 8years, Support Atiku or Tinubu, choose one side, don't allow Peter Obi to run.[/quote

You can keep ur opinion to urself nobody needs it at this moment.

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by bluefilm: 6:29pm On Jun 12, 2022
Very powerful analysis.

We are winning this.

Peter Obi is heading to Aso Rock.

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Mrexcell(m): 6:30pm On Jun 12, 2022
Thinkam:
Igbos are smart the moment Peter Obi doesn't garner any momentum he will be dumped or even Obi himself will drop out of the race..

Like he did during PDP primaries, Obi is very realistic I await his resignation from politics..


Tinubu and SWAGA will Insult Peter Obi and Igbos for Choosing a Party with no structure or reach.

Why aren't they insulting Kwankwaso and NNPP, there's currently No difference between LP and NNPP today.

IGBOS BE WISE, DON'T BE Sacrificial Lamb again for North and Southwest alliance, you can't Afford this alliance succeeding past 2023.


Labour party have millions of nigerian workers all over nigeria that are affiliated with it obi presidential ambition is not an igbo agenda. The structures u are talking about is it not human beings?

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Theoarhics: 6:30pm On Jun 12, 2022
Go and talk to Lamido Sanusi as your running mate that would be a great boost to your campaign and appeal to the north. With that combo LP is 65% sure of victory.

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Sosqui: 6:31pm On Jun 12, 2022
Please don’t say what you don’t know. Kindly focus on selling your candidate.
helinues:
All this on Twitter and other social media platforms

Ask an average Northerners who Peter Obi is and watch them guessing a footballer or a musician
Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by McBishop2020: 6:33pm On Jun 12, 2022
Whether Peter Obi will win or not, my vote is for him.
Simple!

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by missrosey: 6:33pm On Jun 12, 2022
Get your PVC

Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by coast2sahara: 6:35pm On Jun 12, 2022
mployer:


This is a movement not a political campaign.
Political campaign require structure, movement doesn't. It's a structure itself.

Endsars should be fresh in your mind.

Nigeria is sectionalized, there are a lot of contending factors. Poverty and illiteracy is high and a few voters take their own.
You would recall that some persons who were killed during Endsars, were killed by other Nigerians who thought EndSars was against the government that favors them.
So, believe it or not, Nigeria has not come to that age of having a movement topple political structures.
Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by OfeNmanu(f): 6:36pm On Jun 12, 2022
Obi has the whole of Benue state.

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by maestroferddi: 6:36pm On Jun 12, 2022
Thinkam:


Comot here how this one concern us


Each time in the history of Nigeria when a punching bag is required, Igbos will always offer themselves up.

I don't know if this is a curse, or just shortsightedness or mere coincidence.

1) pre-coup the west was experiencing a terrorist crisis ( almost similar to what UGM is doing) Nzeogu and friends offered themselves up to be used as punching bags.

2) Abacha VS Abiola, Nzeribe offered himself to be used

3) Jonathan vs Northern cabal, Igbos offered themselves again

4) Tinubu VS Atiku, the delusional Peter Obi presented himself again. instead of Igbos to do the same thing Yorubas always do in any South VS North affair (which is side with the north) they're wasting their time and energy on a fruitless endeavor.


Tinubu and His SWAGA companions would never Dare attack an Northern aspirant, point one Tinubu Supporter attacking Kwankwaso or Atiku.

Peter Obi and Igbos will always be targeted by Tinubuists and SWAGA, If one is following this election online it'll seem like the election is Between Peter Obi/Igbos VS Yoruba/Tinubu.

This is the time Igbos should Take the back seat and just Enjoy the ride, If Peter Obi drops out of the race today.
YOU'LL see the Yorubas will have nothing to campaign with or against, even the northerners that are Political are not Attacking Atiku and his major party, every Ammunition is targeted at Peter Obi and Igbos.

Igbos have Sense, Tell Peter Obi to drop out, the single thing that can bring all Nigerians together is to be Anti-Igbo don't help them strengthen that Anti-Igbo Unity for another 8years, Support Atiku or Tinubu, choose one side, don't allow Peter Obi to run.
We don't need your useless advice...
Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by maestroferddi: 6:41pm On Jun 12, 2022
helinues:
All this on Twitter and other social media platforms

Ask an average Northerners who Peter Obi is and watch them guessing a footballer or a musician
You are a liar from the pit of hell...

I happened to come across an Hausa newspaper at Ojuelegba some days ago...

You know what? The newspaper one of the most widely read in the north carried a big coverage on Peter Obi..

Peter Obi is the most popular politician in today's Nigeria.

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Morphinne: 6:41pm On Jun 12, 2022
Bomboiy:


An average Igbo man in onitsha knows Tinubu for being corrupt,for looting Lagos dry and running the entire Southwest like his father's property.

Yet that same Lagos is by far the most developed in the country and still growing economically at a pace faster than the country itself . Even though they are all old thieves but I’ll rather go for a thief with a working plan and legacy (Lagos) and not the other set of thieves with nothing to show. This is the same reason why I will always respect the former president Jonathan. Even though his government was plagued with widespread corruption, Nigeria hit number spot on the list of fastest growing economy in the whole of Africa compared to the Aboki claiming mr corruption fighter. Let’s be reality, the chance of Obi ruling Nigeria is more than 1000 odds. He just doesn’t have the political structure nor any outstanding legacy ( as a former governor) yet and rather than trying to form alliance with the people that matter, mr Obi and his unguided followers are busy tackling others on the internet. That’s not how politics is played, election is not won by sentiment or making more enemies for yourself. You go all out, form political alliance with the right ppl.
Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by donatus101(m): 6:44pm On Jun 12, 2022
Peter obi is the bride of the youths in this election. Lp no get structure ? Make una wait you would be shocked at the results

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by maestroferddi: 6:44pm On Jun 12, 2022
Thinkam:
Igbos are smart the moment Peter Obi doesn't garner any momentum he will be dumped or even Obi himself will drop out of the race..

Like he did during PDP primaries, Obi is very realistic I await his resignation from politics..


Tinubu and SWAGA will Insult Peter Obi and Igbos for Choosing a Party with no structure or reach.

Why aren't they insulting Kwankwaso and NNPP, there's currently No difference between LP and NNPP today.

IGBOS BE WISE, DON'T BE Sacrificial Lamb again for North and Southwest alliance, you can't Afford this alliance succeeding past 2023.
Labour party will sink Tinubu"s ambition..

You better face the inescapable reality.

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Smoke55: 6:44pm On Jun 12, 2022
helinues:
All this on Twitter and other social media platforms

Ask an average Northerners who Peter Obi is and watch them guessing a footballer or a musician
lolz.. maybe we should leave the election for the northerners...
Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by thesolutions(m): 6:44pm On Jun 12, 2022
Thinkam:


Comot here how this one concern us


Each time in the history of Nigeria when a punching bag is required, Igbos will always offer themselves up.

I don't know if this is a curse, or just shortsightedness or mere coincidence.

1) pre-coup the west was experiencing a terrorist crisis ( almost similar to what UGM is doing) Nzeogu and friends offered themselves up to be used as punching bags.

2) Abacha VS Abiola, Nzeribe offered himself to be used

3) Jonathan vs Northern cabal, Igbos offered themselves again

4) Tinubu VS Atiku, the delusional Peter Obi presented himself again. instead of Igbos to do the same thing Yorubas always do in any South VS North affair (which is side with the north) they're wasting their time and energy on a fruitless endeavor.


Tinubu and His SWAGA companions would never Dare attack an Northern aspirant, point one Tinubu Supporter attacking Kwankwaso or Atiku.

Peter Obi and Igbos will always be targeted by Tinubuists and SWAGA, If one is following this election online it'll seem like the election is Between Peter Obi/Igbos VS Yoruba/Tinubu.

This is the time Igbos should Take the back seat and just Enjoy the ride, If Peter Obi drops out of the race today.
YOU'LL see the Yorubas will have nothing to campaign with or against, even the northerners that are Political are not Attacking Atiku and his major party, every Ammunition is targeted at Peter Obi and Igbos.

Igbos have Sense, Tell Peter Obi to drop out, the single thing that can bring all Nigerians together is to be Anti-Igbo don't help them strengthen that Anti-Igbo Unity for another 8years, Support Atiku or Tinubu, choose one side, don't allow Peter Obi to run.
wHO DO YOU WISH THE IGBO PEOPLE COULD SUPPORT?

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by coast2sahara: 6:44pm On Jun 12, 2022
Lucifer1419:
so you're happy to wait until 2027 before anything good can come out of Nigeria, between atiku and tinubu who do you prefer, something tells me that Nigeria youth will make another wrong choice again, and our suffering will continue.
A choice between Tinubu & Atiku is just a choice between the devil and the deep blue sea.
I don't know what guts Tinubu "supposed currupt man" has to tell Nigerians he'll do better than "disaster Buhari" a supposed saint.
Atiku has lost the magic wand after he left office and became flip flop.

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Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Pio44: 6:44pm On Jun 12, 2022
Thinkam:

Ewu
Comot here how this one concern us


Each time in the history of Nigeria when a punching bag is required, Igbos will always offer themselves up.

I don't know if this is a curse, or just shortsightedness or mere coincidence.

1) pre-coup the west was experiencing a terrorist crisis ( almost similar to what UGM is doing) Nzeogu and friends offered themselves up to be used as punching bags.

2) Abacha VS Abiola, Nzeribe offered himself to be used

3) Jonathan vs Northern cabal, Igbos offered themselves again

4) Tinubu VS Atiku, the delusional Peter Obi presented himself again. instead of Igbos to do the same thing Yorubas always do in any South VS North affair (which is side with the north) they're wasting their time and energy on a fruitless endeavor.


Tinubu and His SWAGA companions would never Dare attack an Northern aspirant, point one Tinubu Supporter attacking Kwankwaso or Atiku.

Peter Obi and Igbos will always be targeted by Tinubuists and SWAGA, If one is following this election online it'll seem like the election is Between Peter Obi/Igbos VS Yoruba/Tinubu.

This is the time Igbos should Take the back seat and just Enjoy the ride, If Peter Obi drops out of the race today.
YOU'LL see the Yorubas will have nothing to campaign with or against, even the northerners that are Political are not Attacking Atiku and his major party, every Ammunition is targeted at Peter Obi and Igbos.

Igbos have Sense, Tell Peter Obi to drop out, the single thing that can bring all Nigerians together is to be Anti-Igbo don't help them strengthen that Anti-Igbo Unity for another 8years, Support Atiku or Tinubu, choose one side, don't allow Peter Obi to run.
Re: The Rise Of Labour Party And Peter Obi's 2023 Chances by Danniedpastor(m): 6:45pm On Jun 12, 2022
thesicilian:
Don't raise your hopes too high. The Labour Party is too small to produce a president nom

Labor party is no longer small.
Obi is the new movement.
Join now o

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