Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nassarawa State has said Peter Obi’s value has decreased to less than ten kobo as a result of Charles Soludo’s criticism of the Labour Party’s presidential candidate.
Sule stated this on Wednesday in an interview with Channels Television’s Politics Today.
He said, “So if you go to Anambra, look at what the governor of Anambra (is saying). They were at the same party. It’s not that they changed parties. Peter Obi changed parties, but it’s the same All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA).
“So, if you go and see what he is saying today about Peter Obi, you will not buy Peter Obi for ten kobo.”
Earlier, the Nasarawa governor had debunked knowing any Labour Party, LP candidate for the 2023 general elections in the state.
He said, “Today in Nassarawa state, you can go and check, who is the Labour Party candidate in Nassarawa state? I’m not saying it with disrespect, you will not see him anywhere. I don’t even know his name. This is the party that is winning the election.
“Social media election is quite different from the practical election. Talking about gathering, are you going to compare that with what has happened in Lagos, Kano? I was in Kano together with Asiwaju it took us five hours.
“Labour Party had their flag-off in my state, in Lafia, the state capital, we gave them a venue. The venue was a secondary school football field because we didn’t have the stadium ready. We didn’t have the other centre ready. There was nobody there. It was not full. Not even 50 per cent of the venue was full. That’s the same party they say will win the election,” he added.