Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) flagbearer, requested that Peter Obi, the presidential candidate for the Labour Party (LP), warn his supporters against disseminating false information.
According to an earlier report from Anaedoonline.ng, Tinubu’s campaign organization claimed that Obi’s supporters were disparaging the former governor of Lagos State on Wednesday and demanded that he call them to order.
In a press release signed by his media adviser Valentine Obienyem, Peter Obi insisted that all publications from the party are always legibly signed and spelled out and that it is improper to associate his followers with false claims concerning Tinubu.
He emphasized the requirement that all Nigerians refrain from disseminating misinformation, animosity, and disparaging other candidates.
The former governor of Anambra State continued by saying that he is aware of the unrest occurring in many regions of the nation and has made preparations to put an end to it as well as unite everyone into a single, contented family.
The statement reads: “On the alleged fake letter from the President of Ghana and the alleged request of 50 Billion Naira monthly payment, Obi was not bothered about their authenticity, it was wickedness to link them to his supporters, any publication from Obi’s group was always properly signed and the place it was coming from very clearly spelt out.
“We know that things are not well in Nigeria. We know of the agitations in different parts of the country, our principal has always said what he would do with such organizations to stop their agitation and bring them back to Nigeria as one happy family. Rather than others say what they will do, they are here creating more problems by trying vainly and wickedly to link their fellow contestants to some of those organisations.
“He expressed happiness that Nigerians knew the truth and that such gimmicks used to deceive them would no longer work.”
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