Just In: Peter Obi Withdraws from Mixed Debates

Following the result of the town hall meeting by the Centre for Democracy and Development, CDD, in collaboration with AriseTV, the Labour Party Presidential candidate Peter Obi will no longer attend mixed debates.

This was made known by one of the campaign coordinator of the Peter Obi Presidential movement, Oseloka Obaze on Monday who cited that the management broke the rules of the engagement.

“At the Town Hall, Arise TV management broke their own ground rules & shifted the goalpost in the middle of the game. A presidential town hall/debate means exactly that in letter & spirit. We will call a press conference to state that the LP candidate won’t attend mixed debates.”

On Sunday, the host of the programme Reuben Abati stated that the Presidential candidate for the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar will be joining the event which never happened as Atiku was represented by his Vice Presidential candidate, the Governor of Delta State Dr Ifeanyi Okowa.

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  1. It’s so disappointing that top journalists who are supposed to stand for the truth, in defence this country are apparently shifting their grounds.

    What people will do for money.

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