"Peter Obi Was Not Allowed To Campaign In My State & I Was Told to pay N39m If I Also Want To"-Prince Malik Ado Ibrahim

In the mid hours of today, son to the king of Ebiraland, Prince Malik Ado Ibrahim, was granted an interview on Arise News where he spoke extensively about the government of his state and the fast approaching presidential election.

Prince Malik Ado Ibrahim, who is the presidential flag bearer of the Youth Progressive Party (YPP), said, "Peter Gregory Obi was not allowed to come for campaign in my state and I was also told to pay thirty nine million naira (N39m) if I want to." He added, "why should Peter Obi be restricted from his constitutional right?"


Speaking further, the king's son spoke about the reaction of Kogi state government to his father's absence when Buhari was in the state saying, "I am surprised that there even rhetorics after the president's visit. The attack ought to not be on my father. What we should focus on is why is that those insecurity-related issues are happening in the state. We need to ask ourselves why Kogi state indigenes were alleged to be behind the Church attack in Owo. We also need to ask ourselves why some attacks in Abuja were alleged to have been perpetrated by people from Kogi state. These are real issues and if I become president, I will change the predictability of Nigeria's response to security."

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