Labour Party, (LP) presidential candidate, Mr Peter Obi has declared that he is not afraid of the lies and propaganda levelled against him both at home and abroad.
Obi maintained that he has never violated any law in relation to his recent detention by the United Kingdom Immigration Service as widely reported recently.
Obi said, even though humans are bound to make mistakes, he will never knowingly break any law, adding that he is not “afraid of the lies and propaganda against my person.”
Obi who broke the silence through his verified Twitter handle, days after the news detained at London’s Heathrow Airport said he has lived all his life in the most law-abiding manner, and he will “never knowingly break any law.”
Recall that the Labour Party, had in a statement last Wednesday, said Obi was detained and questioned for a duplication offence, which suggested that someone had been impersonating him in London.
“There may be more mud-slinging from those who are against the emergence of the New Nigeria but, I would never be deterred by the obstacles along the way to victory. I have always lived my life in the most law-abiding manner.
“Sometimes as humans, we make mistakes but, I will never knowingly break any law. I am therefore not afraid of the lies and propaganda against my person. They are part of the journey to a New Nigeria,” he added.
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The Labour Party candidate finished third in the presidential election, according to the results announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), behind PDP candidate Atiku Abubakar and APC candidate Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, who was proclaimed the winner.
Both Obi and Atiku rejected the INEC-announced results and declared themselves the winners. Additionally, they have made a complaint to the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal.
After Tinubu was declared the winner of Nigeria’s bitterly contested presidential elections, Peter Obi declared on March 2, 2023, that he would contest the results.