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‘The Most Greedy People In Nigeria Are Domicile In APC’ – Peter Obi

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The Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi, has revealed the best way to fight corruption.

It was reported that the former Governor of Anambra state made this known in an interview when asked how he would deal with the issue of corruption.

Obi noted that corruption has been a major issue with the opposition parties as they often project their parties and candidates as not being corrupt.

According to Peter Obi, Buhari is not corrupt in terms of Nigerian corruption, however, his personal integrity does not translate to the All Progressives Congress (APC) integrity.

The LP flagbearer noted that the key ingredient of corruption is greed and the most greedy people in Nigeria are domiciled in APC.

He said other ingredients of corruption include personal acquisition and appointment of family members in various major positions in government offices adding that the best way to fight corruption is through institutionalizing of governance processes.

PDP, NNPP, Labour Party Members Defect To APC

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Meanwhile, APC in Sokoto State has received a boost ahead of the 2023 general elections as more citizens join the party from different opposition camps.

A statement from the party on Friday claimed that it received new defectors from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Labour Party (LP) and New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) today.

The politicians, according to APC, came from Gwadabawa, Illela, and Goronyo Local Government Areas in the eastern zone of the state. Bashar Abubakar, who is the Special Assistant to Sen.

Aliyu Wamakko (APC-Sokoto North), the APC leader in the state, confirmed to newsmen that the defectors include former councillors and various stakeholders from the eastern zone of the state.

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