Peter Obi Discusses Visiting Tinubu and Arrest in the United Kingdom

Peter Obi, who ran for president on the Labour Party ticket in the most recent general election, confirmed on Monday evening that he had not paid President-elect Bola Tinubu a visit, despite rumors to the contrary circulating on social media.

He stressed that the opposition’s efforts to undermine his goals include spreading misleading information and distorted images, and that they are part of those efforts.

The statement was made by Obi, a former governor of Anambra State, during an appearance on Arise TV. He claimed, “I didn’t visit anybody.”

He reaffirmed his dedication to the pursuit of justice and stated that he intends to see the case through to its conclusion before the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal.

Obi also stated unequivocally that he did not possess citizenship in the United Kingdom. Even though he had resided in the country for a considerable amount of time, before he left the UK he turned in his “unlimited residency permit” to the relevant authorities.

Regarding his recent “arrest” in London, Obi provided clarification by stating that it was merely a routine immigration check. He said, “I was stopped for a routine immigration check which didn’t last more than 20 minutes.” Obi’s “arrest” occurred in London. I was never taken into custody.

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Regarding the rumored civil war going on within the Labour Party, Obi brushed it off as the “rascality” of paid agents who are attempting to thwart the party’s efforts to seek justice for those who have been wronged. He made it clear that there are no problems inside the party, and that Abure will continue to serve as their chairman.

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