2023: Peter Obi, Kwankwaso Won't Get Up To 3% Votes In North, South- Deji Adeyanju Alleges, Many Reacts | MyLatestGist.com
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2023: Peter Obi, Kwankwaso Won’t Get Up To 3% Votes In North, South- Deji Adeyanju Alleges, Many Reacts

Deji Adeyanju, a well- known activist and convener for good governance in Nigeria, has voiced his opinion about who is most likely to lose the upcoming presidential election.

Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, and Rabiu Kwankwaso, the presidential candidate of the New Nigeria People’ s Party, according to the former PDP member and Nigerian lawyer, would not be able to get up to 3 percent votes in the northern region and southern region, respectively.

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Deji Adeyanju asserts in a Post that the presidential candidate for the Labour Party won’ t receive more than 3% votes from the Northern States. Kwankwaso won’ t receive more than 3 percent from the Southern State, however. The challenges of the next general election, he said, extend beyond what the blind can see. He made the point that the opposition parties should join forces for this reason, unless they’ re working for Bola Tinubu.

In contrast to Kwankwaso, who has a large following among his people in the North, Peter Obi will have support from his people in the South.WATCH VIDEO

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Deji Adeyanju made it obvious that the two must come together if they are to win the general election, and that is his main point. A merger of the Labour Party with the NNPP would increase their chances of triumphing in the general election.


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