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For Insulting the North, Peter Obi Will Never Be President – Adamu Garba Blows Hot

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Adamu Garba, an All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain, has given a severe warning to Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate Peter Obi.

Obi’s presidency would be a pipe dream, according to Garba, because he supposedly insulted the North.

He issued the threat in reaction to Obi’s commitment to begin alleviating poverty in the North.

Obi has stated that he is still committed to reforming Nigeria, beginning with the north.

“Beyond regaining our mandate, I am committed to lifting people out of poverty and I remain committed to transforming Nigeria starting from the North to every part of the country,” the LP candidate tweeted.

Garba responded by emphasizing that Obi would never be considered for president again.

Garba tweeted, “We know you’re insulting us, we the Northerners, Mr. @PeterObi, and we assure you that the Presidency of Nigeria will remain in your illusionary dream forever.”

You’ll never even get close. You bigoted, religious, ethnocentric trader.

“You can go to Finland to deal with your exiled Biafra government.”

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