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“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 Reveals

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Prince Malik Ado Ibrahim, the king of Ebiraland’s son, was given an interview on Arise in the middle of the day. During the interview, he spoke at length about his state’s administration and the upcoming presidential election.


Peter Gregory Obi was not permitted to visit my state to campaign, and was also instructed to pay thirty-nine million naira (N39m), if I want to, according to Prince Malik Ado Ibrahim, the presidential flag bearer of the Youth Progressive Party (YPP). Why ought Peter Obi’s constitutional right to free speech be curtailed, he continued.

The king’s son continued, “I am astonished that there even rhetorics after the president’s visit. I was concerned about how the Kogi state government would respond to my father’s absence while Buhari was in the state. It shouldn’t have been my father who was attacked.

The reason such problems with insecurity are occurring in the state should be our main concern. We should inquire into the claims that locals from Kogi state were responsible for the Owo Church attack.

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