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Monday, May 15, 2017

MUST READ: WHY PETER OBI LEFT APGA... Okwute Ndi Igbo Lies Again


Mr Peter Obi since his Platform outing had come under lots of scrutiny for the wrong reasons. A Facebook user once again dug up his past conflicting  assertions about APGA and why he left. 

"Before 2015 General Election read what Peter Obi said:

“My Resignation as Leader of APGA and Chairman Board of Trustees was due to family and personal reasons.” Peter Obi, August 1st, 2014

“There is nothing wrong with APGA and my joining the PDP has nothing to do with APGA. I enjoy cordial relationship with Chief Willie Obiano and the government is doing well. I will continue to support him in building a better Anambra State for the good of the children of the state.” Peter Obi, October 9th, 2014

(Read ➡ http://www.herald.ng/left-apga-want-involved-strongly-jonathans-re-election-bid-obi/#SCIgiuC35Z5dVYLm.99)

Also Read:

I Left APGA because I Want To Be Involved Strongly In Jonathan's Re-election Bid Obi, Vanguard Newspaper of Friday 10 October 2014

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After Goodluck Jonathan lost the 2015 General election, the story changed

“Governor Willie Obiano and Victor Umeh on 24th August, 2014, in front of three bishops ask Peter Obi to leave APGA for them" Valentine Obienyem, June 2015

And just yesterday,

"I was asked to leave APGA on the presence of two bishops" - Peter Obi

The mindset of an inconsistent man is always to deceive. They devil is a liar.

PETER OBI DELIBERATELY LEFT APGA.

If Peter Obi knew in his widest imagination that Goodluck Jonathan will not survive his second term bid; he would have remained in APGA.

Peter Obi miscalculated by joining PDP. He has told so many lies trying to draw sympathy to himself. If he had not joined PDP at the time he did, he wouldn't have needed all these lies he is telling now to become relevant.

Peter Obi miscalculated. It's better he begs to be welcomed back than lying around.

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