Why is Peter Obi still an issue one year after the elections? -According to Moses Paul

Prominent Obidient Movement figure Dr. Moses Paul has reacted to recent comments made by Abayomi Arabambi against Peter Gregory Obi, the former governor of the state of Anambra. During his appearance on Arise TV, Arabambi charged Peter Obi with having resentment against tribes and religions other than his own.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

In a post on his official X handle on Tuesday, Moses Paul refuted Arabambi’s claims, asserting that Peter Obi is inclusive and embraces everyone, regardless of their religious or tribal background.

Paul highlighted Obi’s tenure as governor of Anambra state, pointing out that Obi had an aide-de-camp (ADC) who was a native of Kano state, which demonstrates his commitment to diversity and unity.

Paul then challenged Arabambi to identify any governor in the Southwest or Northern regions who has appointed an Igbo individual as their ADC, emphasizing the uniqueness of Obi’s inclusive approach.

He said that Peter Obi is someone who loves everybody irrespective of their tribe or religion. When Peter Obi was the governor of Anambra state, he had an indigene of Kano state as ADC.

He wrote on his page; “I challenge Arabambi to show any governor in the South West or Northern Nigeria with an Igbo man as ADC. Why is Peter Obi still an issue one year after the elections? Reuben Abati’s next Sunday show should provide a platform for a right of reply, as Arabambi’s baseless accusations only serve to highlight his own deceit and desperation.

His attempts to discredit Mr. Peter Obi and the party are transparent and pathetic. Arabambi’s words are empty, and his tactics are cowardly. He is a paid propagandist of a tyrannical regime, and his deceit will not stand. The truth will prevail, and his treachery will be forgotten”.

See his X post below.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>