Peter Obi has realised politics a game for big boys - Fani-Kayode


Femi Fani-Kayode and Peter Obi

Femi Fani-Kayode said the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, has realized that politics is a game for the “big boys.”

Fani-Kayode, who is the Director of New Media for the presidential campaign of Bola Tinubu, stated this on Friday in his reaction to the rally for Obi in Kogi.

According to Tinubu’s man, only 2000 people attended the Obi’s rally and that has shown him that politics is not for the inconsequential.

“After their rally in Kogi in which only 2000 people turned up, Peter and Dati the Daft have canceled rallies and “gone back to the drawing board”.

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“It has finally dawned on them that politics is a game for the big boys and not one for the deluded, the ignorant and the inconsequential,” Fani-Kayode wrote on Facebook.

Obi and his running mate Yusuf Baba-Ahmed held a rally at the Lokoja Confluence Stadium on Tuesday but it was marred by a low turnout.

Labour Party’s rally in Kogi
Labour Party’s rally in Kogi

On Monday, the Labour Party accused Governor Yahaya Bello of refusing to allow them to use the stadium.

It was later released to them but the turnout of Obi supporters was very low.

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