Middle Belt Movement Disagrees with Criticisms of Peter Obi, Calls for Electoral Reform

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The Middle Belt Movement for Restoration and Development has expressed disagreement with criticisms from some groups in the Middle Belt region against Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s presidential candidate. The movement argues that the criticisms are unfounded and attempts to stifle transparency and accountability in the electoral process.

The movement calls for a reevaluation of the gag order imposed on Peter Obi, urging all stakeholders to prioritize transparency, accountability, and respect for democratic principles in electoral processes. They also commend Peter Obi’s efforts in reviving Nigeria’s leadership roles in foreign affairs, particularly in Africa.

The movement’s leaders, including Chief Peter Ameh Yakubu, Mr. Abah Eleigwu Lewis, Mr. Bulus H. Manzo, Abubakar Ibrahim IDOKO, and Emmanuel Idakwo, signed the statement.

The Middle Belt Movement’s stance highlights the ongoing debates and concerns surrounding Nigeria’s electoral process and the need for reform to ensure credible and fair elections.

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