Peter Okoye Tackles Dele Momodu For Talking Down On Peter Obi 

Peter Okoye Tackles Dele Momodu For Talking Down On Peter Obi 



Music star, Peter Okoye has tackled the Publisher of Ovation Magazine, Dele Momodu for demarketing Peter Obi.

It would be recalled that Peter Obi recently emerged the presidential candidate of Labour Party to the excitement of many.

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During an interview on TV, Momodu stated that Obi cannot win the 2023 presidential election from a local party like the Labour Party.

Momodu made this known when he was asked if Peter Obi has a chance to get youths to vote him into power come 2023 elections.

According to Momodu, the party does not have money to fund his aspirations. Therefore, Peter Obi might have to raise money for the party.

Also, Obi lacks the financial capacity to tackle top presidential aspirants like Atiku Abubakar who recently picked PDP presidential ticket.

Reacting to Momodu’s statement, singer Peter Okoye tackled him, by telling him that Peter Obi might not have the money and structure, but he has the youths, the masses and the people now.

He wrote;

“With all due Respect Sir Mr Dele Momodu! Yes Peter Obi might not have the money and structure! But he has the Youths,The Masses and The People now!. The truth is that we the people are the structure. We are many and we are powerful💪🏾. We are Obi-deint✊🏾 we can not be distracted.

“It is now beyond d delegates. D masses will control d outcome of d election. Will they vote for the candidate who paid delegates thousands of dollars to emerge as candidates or vote for Peter Obi who has plans to change Nigeria from consumption to production?

“You people don’t understand the hardship and abject poverty that will hit us if

Peter Obi doesn’t win. It’s not about the North or South here, it’s about who will save us, the country is crumbling on all sectors, people are

dying unnecessarily, all these rubbish must stop.


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