Dele Momodu, a leader of the People’s Democratic Party, has said that Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s presidential candidate, will never win the polls on February 25.
The All Progressives Congress, or APC, is represented by Bola Tinubu, and the Peoples Democratic Party, or PDP, is represented by Atiku Abubakar. Peter Obi is one of the leading candidates for the presidency.
The accomplished journalist was specifically responding to a poll that stated that the LP candidate had a 95% chance of winning the election, which was released on Friday. Dele Momodu stated that Obi cannot win in the northern part of the country when he appeared on Arise Television’s The Morning Show on Monday.
“In the South West, I can tell you that Tinubu, Peter Obi, and Atiku will share the votes in Lagos,” he said. This time, there is nothing to argue about. After the three get their 25%, I don’t know who will take the lead, which is all we (the PDP) need. If there are two Southern candidates, it will be difficult, and you can see that Obi is taking votes from the Southerners.
“To assert that Obi will win the majority of the North would be the purest form of fantasy. It is impractical. I have never gambled. I would have placed a wager on it, but I am declaring it impossible. The theory behind today’s polls is based on who is likely to vote, which, of course, is heavily influenced by technology; polls that predict Obi will win the North are incorrect.
The election cannot be won by Obi. There is no doubt about that.”