Presidential aspirant, Peter Obi Dumps PDP

Peter Obi

Peter Obi, the presidential aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party, has left the main opposition platform.

Mr. Obi’s exit, coming on the eve of hotly-contested presidential primaries, came as the politician expressed fears he might be humiliated at the convention in Abuja.

Mr. Peter Obi confirmed his exit to Peoples Gazette on Wednesday evening, saying he caught wind of a gang up against him.

He did not immediately disclose his next platform.

The development is expected to put an additional spotlight on the PDP’s primaries scheduled told be held in Abuja this weekend, where Mr. Obi was initially seen as a front runner in a race that includes Atiku Abubakar, Nyesom Wike, Dele Momodu, Bukola Saraki, and other bigwigs.

Peter Obi, the Peoples Democratic Party’s presidential candidate, has left the main opposition party.

Mr. Obi defected on the eve of hotly contested presidential primaries, expressing concerns about being humiliated at the Abuja convention.

Mr. Peter Obi told Peoples Gazette on Wednesday evening that he was leaving because he had learned of a gang plotting against him.

He did not immediately reveal his next platform.

The development is anticipated to increase interest in the PDP primaries, which are slated to take place this weekend in Abuja and in which Mr. Obi is considered a front-runner in a race that also includes Atiku Abubakar, Nyesom Wike, Dele Momodu, Bukola Saraki, and other bigwigs.

Peter Obi, the Peoples Democratic Party’s presidential candidate, has left the main opposition party.

Mr. Obi defected on the eve of hotly contested presidential primaries, expressing concerns about being humiliated at the Abuja convention.

Mr. Obi told Peoples Gazette on Wednesday evening that he was leaving because he had learned of a gang plotting against him.

He did not immediately reveal his next platform.

The development is anticipated to increase interest in the PDP primaries, which are slated to take place this weekend in Abuja and in which Mr. Obi is considered a front-runner in a race that also includes Atiku Abubakar, Nyesom Wike, Dele Momodu, Bukola Saraki, and other bigwigs.

Obi was until his resignation one of the 15 aspirants vying for the presidential ticket of the PDP.

His letter of resignation from the party was submitted to the National Chairman of the PDP, Dr. Iyorchia Ayu, on Wednesday, May 25.

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