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2023: Federal Government Should Name And Shame Oil Thieves – Peter Obi

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The presidential candidate of the Labour party in the forthcoming election Peter Obi took to social media to relay his disappointment at the way the Buhari led administration is handling the issue of corruption, particularly those involved in oil theft.

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The former Anambra state governor stated on his verified Twitter handle that the government should not pamper any ‘highly placed’ individual that is involved in stealing the nation’s resources.

The Presidential candidate who is currently touring Europe and America and meeting with Nigerians in the diaspora stated that the government is too complacent in the way it is handling ‘big men’ in the country.

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Furthermore, Peter Obi challenged the Federal government to name and shame the sponsors of kidnapping, banditry and Boko Haram in Nigeria.

Peter Obi left the Peoples Democratic party four months ago, arguing that the party has lost its way and that the principle of fair play, equity and justice, which were the hallmark by which the party was established has been lost.

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The businessman turned politician also argued that although he is not a poor man, he can never spend his hard earned money on delegates, just so he could clinch the Presidential ticket of the PDP.

Alhaji Atiku Abubakar eventually got the party’s ticket, ahead of the Rivers state governor Nyesom Wike and has enjoined all warring factions, including Obi to bury their grievances and work together to defeat the APC.

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