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2023: Peter Obi Is Not Ready To Be Nigeria’s President – Ajulo

Former Anambra State Governor Peter Obi, according to constitutional lawyer Kayode Ajulo, is not prepared to serve as Nigeria’s president.

The presidential candidate is not conducting his campaign in a professional manner, according to the former national secretary of the Labour Party (LP).

Ajulo referred to Obi’s manifesto as “rhetorical analysis” because it contained no workable solutions to the various issues the nation was experiencing.

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The rights activist claimed Obi “has not been able to convince discerning Nigerians of his suitability for the post for which he campaigns” in a conversation with reporters.


Even the street vendor, according to Ajulo, is aware of Nigeria’s problems, and he said that Obi needs to provide Nigerians with specific solutions.

“Obi merely complains, which he and his uncritical followers mistake for a manifesto”, he added.

Ajulo criticized Obi’s choice of running mate as well, highlighting the fact that he had minimal interaction with northern politicians.

He claimed that the opinions of a few notable people from the North would have aided Obi in making his choice.

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Datti Baba-Ahmed, the LP vice presidential candidate, was praised by the attorney as “qualified for the role of even the President” and “an knowledgeable and nice man.”

However, he noted that the current state of the nation goes beyond simply looking good on one’s certificates or in the bank.


“Obi would need the support of northern stakeholders, revered religious clerics like Ahmad Abubakar Gumi, Rev Fr. Mathew Kukah, labour leaders as well as former military leaders if he is really serious.”

The former LP writer expressed disapproval of the strategy used by Obi’s supporters, noting that his years of political experience had shown him that mob behavior does not always indicate true support.

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Ajulo saw that fans, particularly those on social media, were frequently fighting someone or something.

Bullying other candidates or potential voters is not and cannot be a component of political campaign techniques that can gain votes, the legal expert continued.



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