The spokesman for the Atiku Abubakar Presidential Campaign Organisation, Daniel Bwala, has said that the Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi and his Obidient movement cannot be trusted.
Bwala stated this while reacting to the suspension of the LP’s campaign due to the flood situation in some parts of the country.
Naija News recalls that Obi announced the suspension of his campaign when he visited the Governor of Benue state, Samuel Ortom in Abuja on Wednesday.
The former Anambra Governor also called on his counterparts in other political parties to follow in his footsteps.
He opined that if the candidates can purchase their party’s expression of interest form for millions of Naira, they should be able to render help to the victims who lost their belongings during the flooding.
He said, “I personally stopped and told my people no more campaign, until we are able to visit some of the sites, at least sympathise with those going through problems.
“I came to take permission and ask him (Ortom) that I want to visit some of the sites in Benue as I am going to do in one or two other states.
“I am also calling other presidential candidates to stop campaigning and see what we can do.
“If we can buy our forms for millions of naira, we should have some little thing to go, now that people are suffering, and at least show sympathy with them and then we can continue.”
Reacting to Obi’s declaration, Bwala shared a picture on Twitter of the LP flag bearer wearing clothes that have the Labour Party insignia.
He wrote, “Scam; he said he has put campaigns on hold to visit victims of flood. See him here with Labour Party logo. Everything about that movement is a scam.”