Reno Omokri Reacts After Peter Obi Dumped PDP

Date: 26-05-2022 1:51 pm (1 month ago) | Author: Bayo Nelson
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Reno omokri has broken his silence following the decision of Peter Obi to dump the Peoples Democratic Party. According to him, it is not the end of the road for the party. Recall that Omokri has been involved in an online feud with peter Obi supporters.
 
Reacting, he wrote:
 
You say Peter’s exit is the end of the PDP?

Peter was not in PDP in 1999. PDP won
Peter was not in PDP in 2003. PDP won
Peter was not in PDP in 2007. PDP won
Peter was not in PDP in 2011. PDP won

The only times PDP lost were 2015 and 2019 when Peter was in PDP

#TableShaker


Posted: at 26-05-2022 01:51 PM (1 month ago) | Hero
- gogoman at 26-05-2022 01:54 PM (1 month ago)
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Obi O Obi
Posted: at 26-05-2022 01:54 PM (1 month ago) | Addicted Hero
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- OmoNobaUku at 26-05-2022 04:02 PM (1 month ago)
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@ Reno is 100% right. Peter Obi was never going to win PDP ticket, regardless of how suitable or popular his supporters thought he was; which was why he jumped after it dawned on him that was chasing a wild goose chase. As electoral law 2022 dictates, a candidate cannot contest two or more primaries or he'll be disqualified altogether.  Obi is certain to join another party who can guarantee him their ticket before the weekend is over but he isn't going to win the presidential election or become president of NGR. It WON'T happen for him as the winner of the 2023 election has already been determined by providence and his name isn't Peter Obi. Obi could become an important member of the in-coming 2023 Govt though if he retraces his step quickly after the general election in 2023 otherwise, his political career would be over by then.
Posted: at 26-05-2022 04:02 PM (1 month ago) | Upcoming
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- fineboy77 at 26-05-2022 06:00 PM (1 month ago)
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Quote from: OmoNobaUku on 26-05-2022 04:02 PM
@ Reno is 100% right. Peter Obi was never going to win PDP ticket, regardless of how suitable or popular his supporters thought he was; which was why he jumped after it dawned on him that was chasing a wild goose chase. As electoral law 2022 dictates, a candidate cannot contest two or more primaries or he'll be disqualified altogether.  Obi is certain to join another party who can guarantee him their ticket before the weekend is over but he isn't going to win the presidential election or become president of NGR. It WON'T happen for him as the winner of the 2023 election has already been determined by providence and his name isn't Peter Obi. Obi could become an important member of the in-coming 2023 Govt though if he retraces his step quickly after the general election in 2023 otherwise, his political career would be over by then.
And you are saying all this as who?

Posted: at 26-05-2022 06:00 PM (1 month ago) | Hero
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- Goldtime at 26-05-2022 11:38 PM (1 month ago)
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Quote from: OmoNobaUku on 26-05-2022 04:02 PM
@ Reno is 100% right. Peter Obi was never going to win PDP ticket, regardless of how suitable or popular his supporters thought he was; which was why he jumped after it dawned on him that was chasing a wild goose chase. As electoral law 2022 dictates, a candidate cannot contest two or more primaries or he'll be disqualified altogether.  Obi is certain to join another party who can guarantee him their ticket before the weekend is over but he isn't going to win the presidential election or become president of NGR. It WON'T happen for him as the winner of the 2023 election has already been determined by providence and his name isn't Peter Obi. Obi could become an important member of the in-coming 2023 Govt though if he retraces his step quickly after the general election in 2023 otherwise, his political career would be over by then.
100%
Posted: at 26-05-2022 11:38 PM (1 month ago) | Gistmaniac
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