The genuine explanation for Peter Obi’s exit from the PDP for the Labor Party without illuminating previous Vice President Atiku Abubakar has been uncovered
Obi’s leave plan was said to have been settled before June 24 when he circled back to a composed letter to his ward to leave his participation
The previous Anambra state lead representative was said to host likewise left the get-together in the wake of finding that the party won’t respect the drafting strategy
Truth has arisen over Peter Obi’s choice to leave the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the Labor Party without the information on his previous head, previous Vice-President Atiku Abubakar.
Atiku in a new meeting unveiled that he was not given earlier notification by Obi that he had plans to leave the party.
Obi who was Atiku’s running mate in the 2019 official surveys is accepted to have a decent connection with Atiku.[ruby_related heading=”More Read” total=5 layout=1]
On why Obi surprised Atiku with his choice, a report by The Guardian paper uncovered that Obi’s choice was pre-arranged and this was because of the way that Obi had gotten an earlier clue that Atiku won’t handle a southeast competitor as running mate.
A source who addressed the paper uncovered that Atiku’s rise as an official competitor not set in stone.
The source said:
“Indeed, even before the PDP public show, Atiku was certain that he would pick the party’s official ticket once more. To that end he discussed the right of the principal refusal and challenged the false front of northern elderly folks that needed to handle agreement.”
The drafting factor
The source additionally uncovered that the arrangement of Obi’s exit from the PDP to Labor Party was additionally made secret when it was becoming glaring that the PDP won’t embrace the drafting strategy.
The source further revealed that the plan of Obi’s exit from the PDP to Labour Party was further made secret when it was becoming glaring that the PDP will not be adopting the zoning policy.
gistoftheday.com gathered that Obi’s shocking move to the Labour party was already done and dusted before June 24.
“With the resignation officially sealed, Obi now travelled to the United Kingdom briefly. After the visit to 10 Downing Street, he came back and declared officially for LP on June 27.
“It was actually on July 1, that His Excellency informed the former Vice President that he had moved on, that is it. By that time the LP presidential primary had been concluded.”