Video: Peter Obi is a ‘pretender’ – Comedian, Chineke Boy
Nigerian skit-maker, Chineke Boy, has said the presidential candidate of Labour Party in the just concluded presidential polls, Peter Obi is a pretender.
The comedian asserted that that he is the real ‘messiah’ who’s just pretending to be like every other person.
Chineke Boy stated this in a video posted online as he said the LP candidate is just displaying humility and does not want to parade himself as the messiah that he is.
According to the content creator, anybody who does not want to believe his statement is free to think what they want.
See the clip below:
Meanwhile, Peter Obi, on Thursday stated this during the first media briefing since after Saturday’s presidential elections, adding that he was robbed of his mandate which he can only retrieve in a court of law.
The former Anambra state governor said the election did not meet the necessary requirements and could not be adjudged credible.
The LP candidate who is currently addressing a world press conference in Abuja said that Nigerians were robbed of their true choice.
He insisted that he would pursue justice through court and was ready to challenge the results till he prove his argument.
Obi said he had challenged several election results and come out victorious and he would be approaching the court with the firm belief of getting justice.
He said; “We’ll explore all legal options to retrieve our mandate. We won the election. I’m fully committed to a better future for the country and nothing can stop that. For the election on Saturday go out there and vote. I’ll be part of it, I assure you.
“Labour Party won the election and I will prove it. I will challenge this rascality for the future of the country. On this issue (presidential election) I am challenging the process. The court exists for this and they have asked me to go to court and I will be going to court,” the former governor added.
Quipped on if he is under pressure, he said no one can put him under pressure for challenging the rascality.
“We have to go through this darkness. The structure of criminality can’t go out overnight. All we need to show is commitment and resilience. I will be at the forefront and will work through this darkness until the daybreak,” Obi vowed.