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‘Tinubu Can No Longer Cognitively Align His Thoughts And Make Coherent Sense’

Nollywood actor and Spokesman for the Labour Party (LP) presidential campaign council, Kenneth Okonkwo, has slammed the All Progressives Congress (APC) flagbearer, Bola Tinubu.

Naija News reports that Tinubu’s incoherent statements and gaffes during his party’s campaigns have become a topic of discussion in recent times.

On Thursday, Kenneth Okonkwo during an interview on Channels TV Politics Today was questioned on how he thinks Peter Obi would win the 2023 election and how he would possibly put a surprise.

Responding, the actor said, Obi, is becoming a phenomenon that many people want to reckon with as well as a Nigerian candidate.

The LP chieftain said when he spoke about the party having a structure the opposition parties said he was jiving, however, it is clearly seen today.

According to him, Muslims are with Peter Obi because they cannot understand why Tinubu can no longer cognitively align his thoughts and make coherent sense.

I Will Turn Southeast Into Taiwan Of Africa

Meanwhile, Tinubu has vowed to turn the southeast into the Taiwan of Africa, as well as negotiate peace of the region.

According to him, if elected as president his government would build the necessary infrastructure like roads and railways to attract investors.

Naija News reports that Tinubu made this promise at the presidential rally/governorship campaign flag-off of the APC at the Pa Oruta Ngele Township stadium in Ebonyi State.

He noted that in other for the southeast to attain the status of Taiwan in the African region, his government would create an enabling environment for businesses to thrive in the region.

The APC flag bearer also promised to negotiate with agitators in the region to achieve peace and security, adding that the region possesses the human capital to be able to achieve that stat

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