Asserted Audu I hung up the phone when I spoke to the man in Igbo because he couldn’t understand me, Obi laments

The 2023 presidential candidate of the labour party, Peter Obi has lamented over how some have resorted to duplicate him, and mimick his voice, all to cause mischief, where he pointed out how they spoke to the son of the late Governor of Kogi state, Prince Mustapha Audu.Continue Reading>>>

Peter Obi who took to his verified social media handle noted that Audu had claimed that when he called him in front of his office on Tuesday morning and spoke in Igbo dialect, he immediately cut off the phone on realizing that Audu was unable to understand and respond to him.

The former governor of Anambra state who lamented how they have now resorted to try to describe him as an ethnic and religious bigot further stressed that their intentions was to make the narrative that he only empowered some business men because they were Igbos.Continue Reading>>>

He said… “A report came to me while I was seated in court that one Prince Mustapha Audu, son of the late Governor of Kogi state, held the OBIdient’s Chief Spokesman, Dr Yunusa Tanko and some others spellbound – castigating and talking down on me, describing me as an ethnic and religious bigot.

He claimed that I called him while I was in front of his office on Tuesday morning at about 11 am, but suddenly cut off the phone after I spoke Igbo and he, Audu was unable to respond. According to him, Obi may have only helped to empower some businessmen strictly because they were Igbos, and he wondered why Obi should aspire to lead the country if he cannot accommodate other ethnic groups”

Speaking further, he however said that he was not scared or worried by these actions which they have done, adding that it was only surprising and worrisome as to why they resorted to go this far.

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