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Igbos Are Making A Costly Mistake by Pascal9: 5:52pm On Jan 10, 2023
After this election, we igbos will realise we lack strategic political decision making, we are now shouting obi, knowing deep down that is a dead end, when Tinubu wins, we will realise how we transported ourselves to 16yrs of political wilderness, a vote for obi is an indirect vote for Tinubu, take a look at Tinubu campaign rally in yobe state and obis campaign in his home state of Anambra. they say rally don't matter, if rally don't matter why is obi doing rally, a word is enough for the wise.

Re: Igbos Are Making A Costly Mistake by RingRoadMafia: 6:03pm On Jan 10, 2023
Spoken like the political ignoramus that you are. If you know the first thing about political gatherings you'll know that mobilisation plays a HUGE roll in bringing people to rallies. As a matter of fact, 80% of the people you see there were not only given monetary incentives to come but were also ferried there in a free bus.

Obi doesn't give a dime to a soul to come for his rallies. What you see there are mostly passers by and die hard fans. If Obi wins this election, it may put a permanent end to monetary induced political rallies. The opposition are having sleepless nights despite the low turn outs at Obi's rallies and you're here talking crap. Do you know better than them?

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Re: Igbos Are Making A Costly Mistake by Pascal9: 6:21pm On Jan 10, 2023
The problem is truth is bitter, anyway February is around the corner, don't run from this platform after election
Re: Igbos Are Making A Costly Mistake by RingRoadMafia: 6:26pm On Jan 10, 2023
Pascal9:
The problem is truth is bitter, anyway February is around the corner, don't run from this platform after election

You be idiot, you think that if Obi wants to fill up a stadium he can't? Which aboki will turn down 5k? If you actually think that these northerners are here because they love your Thiefnubuu then you're even dumber than I thought
Re: Igbos Are Making A Costly Mistake by Pascal9: 6:29pm On Jan 10, 2023
RingRoadMafia:


You be idiot, you think that if Obi wants to fill up a stadium he can't? Which aboki will turn down 5k? If you actually think that these northerners are here because they love your Thiefnubuu then you're even dumber than I thought
I did not abuse you, state your facts without insult.peter obi can't win period!
Re: Igbos Are Making A Costly Mistake by Desusi: 7:51pm On Jan 10, 2023
RingRoadMafia:
Spoken like the political ignoramus that you are. If you know the first thing about political gatherings you'll know that mobilisation plays a HUGE roll in bringing people to rallies. As a matter of fact, 80% of the people you see there were not only given monetary incentives to come but were also ferried there in a free bus.

Obi doesn't give a dime to a soul to come for his rallies. What you see there are mostly passers by and die hard fans. If Obi wins this election, it may put a permanent end to monetary induced political rallies. The opposition are having sleepless nights despite the low turn outs at Obi's rallies and you're here talking crap. Do you know better than them?
I beg, tell him what he needed to know.The battle is not always for the stronger to win. Slow and steady wins the race. If obi enter it will no doubt be God's FINGER.Nothing impossible with God.Moreover, what God cannot do does not exist.

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