Labour Party knows Obi lost 2023 polls —Soyinka

Labour Party knows Obi lost 2023 polls —Soyinka

By Zuleihat Owuiye, Mamos Nigeria

Soyinka blamed the initiative for LP of attempting to drive “a lie” on Nigerians, particularly young people, that Obi won the political decision.

The lecture that the winner of the Nobel Prize gave was titled “The Lives of Wole Soyinka — A Dialogue,” and it was put on by Africa in the World.

South Africa’s Stellenbosch hosted the event.

While talking at the occasion, Soyinka was approached to respond to his remark against the Bad habit Official up-and-comer of LP, Datti Baba-Ahmed after the overall decisions.

Soyinka noted that many people always look for shortcuts and that the truth matters to him.

His words are: During the most recent election, two things took place first. One party assumed control over the work development, which isn’t my #1 development, and afterward it turned into a provincial party.

“However, it was an amazing breach into the two established camps. Peter Obi broke that mold and accomplished something remarkable there. In any case, he didn’t win the political race.

“I can say completely that Peter Obi’s party came third not even second and the authority knew it however they believe should do what we bring in Yoruba ‘gbajue’, that is power of falsehoods.”

Soyinka claimed that the LP leadership used a “banner of lies and deceit” to try to get young people to protest against the election result. They planned to send a portion of the hardliners, glad youngsters into the road to illustrate.”

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Weakness: However, he stated, “Niger to reopen 11 public schools closed in 2021.” I’m likewise prepared to be among such demonstrators however just on the standard of truth not on falsehoods, and duplicity.

“This party (LP) needed exactly the same thing (alluding to 2011 post-political race brutality) to occur based on obviously false and we find this bad habit official up-and-comer on TV gloating, demanding, compromising and attempting to scare both the legal executive and the rest.

What kind of government will that behavior produce? They were also being used, even though they weren’t aware of it.

“Before the political decision, there were sure undercover powers, including a few previous commanders, who were at that point requiring an interval government before the races started.”

“Some of them were known figures, including an owner of a college requiring an interval government before the political race occurred.”

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