I’m Saying This To Correct The Impression That The Yoruba People Hate The Igbo People – Peter Obi

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Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party in the 2023 general election, has sought to dispel the myth of Yoruba animosity towards Igbo people, emphasizing the diverse support his campaign received.

According to a report from the Punch, Obi pointed to the broad coalition of Nigerians from various ethnic backgrounds who united to back the cause for positive change in the country.

Obi lauded the unwavering commitment of Nigerians from all walks of life to end injustice and inequality, recognizing the collective determination and sacrifices that defined the election campaign. He honored the memory of those who lost their lives fighting for a better Nigeria, underscoring the profound sense of purpose that drove the movement.

“I am saying this to correct the impression that the Yoruba people hate Igbo people. There is nothing like that. Too numerous people from different ethnicities thronged the pit to show their support. A lot of people made certain sacrifices because we just wanted to say ‘Enough is enough’ in Nigeria. Imagine those who had lost their lives for the cause of a new Nigeria,” Obi stated.

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