Prince Ned Nwoko, the Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) Delta north senatorial candidate, has revealed why the Labor Party’s presidential candidate, Mr Peter Obi, will not win the upcoming elections.
According to him, despite massive youth support, Obi will not win the election because he lacks the necessary structure.
Nwoko made the submission to pressmen at the “Platform” of the Delta state council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists in Asaba, according to WITHIN NIGERIA.
Nwoko claimed that the unrest and insecurity in the southeast region demonstrate that the youths are unprepared for the upcoming election.
While decrying the level of insecurity in the region, he said “if Obi is to contest the election among Nigerians in diaspora, he will win.“
He added that;
The youths in the southeast are doing everything to ensure the election does not hold; unknown gunmen don’t want the election either, and Obi is supposed to have a lot of support from the youths.
The reality is that an average Ibo man does not want to be part of Nigeria. They are fighting for Biafra, they are asking for a referendum even though they know the federal government will not give it to them.
So the issue of Obi is not eligible because I know he will not win.
Nwoko is canvassing for the PDP ahead of the elections, claiming that the party has what it takes to rescue, rebuild, and reset Nigeria from the onslaught of the APC-led federal government.
According to him, the PDP believed in working together to achieve the desired outcome at the polls and then translating that into good governance.
He promised to use his legislative experience as a former House of Representatives member representing the Aniocha/Oshimili Federal Constituency to provide Delta North with effective representation that would benefit the people of the zone.