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A man has reportedly offered to take care of the tuition of 10 people who are supporting presidential candidate of Labour Party, Peter Obi.

Victor Isreal, one of the grassroot mobilisers for the Obidient movement, made this known via Twitter on Thursday, August 11, 2022.

He revealed that a man indicated interest in paying the school fees of students, who are ‘ObiDients’, but have been affected by ASUU strike which began February 2022.

Victor wrote; ”Obidients we have Goodnews! Someone just contacted me. Said he wants to pay school fees for 10 Obidients who have been affected by the ASUU strike. I’m screaming! If you need this or know anyone who needs this kindly tag the person. We’ll DM you

Kindly RETWEET for others Please No DMs. If you are selected, we’ll contact you. All you need as prooof is your voters card and school ID card. If you know we can’t contact me, Kindly FOLLOW me so it will be easy to access your DM. Goodluck. Nigeria will be great again.

Please if you are touched to help more students foot their bills in one way or the other, kindly contact me via my DM. The requests we’ve had because of this tweet is massive! We can’t help everyone but we can help a lot. Kindly support us to help these students. God bless you.”

CorrectNG reported on Wednesday that the All Progressives Congress (APC), presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has urged Peter Obi of the Labour Party (LP), to caution his supporters against propagating falsehoods about him.

Vanguard reports that he spoke through the Director Media and Communications, Tinubu Campaign Organisation, Bayo Onanuga, warning that “falsehood and disinformation will not win elections.”

The statement follows a report alleging that Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo asked Tinubu via a letter to support Peter Obi and focus on his health.

But Akufo-Addo debunked the report, and revealed that no such letter emanated from him or his office.

“I have written no such letter to the APC leader, and it will not occur to me to do so. Ghana and Nigeria boast of decades of cordial, strong and brotherly relations, and I am not going to be the one to interfere in the internal affairs and politics of Nigeria,” he tweeted on Tuesday.

However, according to the statement by Onanuga, Obi’s supporters were linked to the report as uncovered by content analysis.

“The Tinubu Campaign Organisation has appealed to the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Mr. Peter Obi to call his supporters to order and to allow this election circle to be about issues that will advance the growth, progress and stability of Nigeria,” the statement said in part.

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