Why Is Peter Obi Been So Selfish, When He Know That He Won’t Win This Election – Cross, BBNaija

Why Is Peter Obi Been So Selfish, When He Know That He Won’t Win This Election – Cross, BBNaija

Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Cross, has come under fire for making controversial comments about a prominent politician, Peter Obi, during one of Atiku Abubakar’s presidential campaign rallies. Atiku is also a contestant for the presidential seat in Nigeria.

Cross was heard making derogatory comments about Peter Obi, accusing him of being selfish and questioning why he was even bothering to contest the upcoming election when he knew he was unlikely to win. Cross’s comments were met with shock and disapproval from the audience and the wider Nigerian community.

Peter Obi, who is running for vice president on Atiku’s ticket, has since responded to Cross’s comments, calling them disrespectful and uncalled for. Many Nigerians have also taken to social media to express their displeasure at Cross’s behavior.

The incident has once again highlighted the need for greater civility and respect in Nigerian politics. With the presidential election just around the corner, it is important for all citizens to conduct themselves in a manner that promotes unity and peaceful dialogue, rather than divisiveness and hostility.

Atiku’s campaign team has also issued a statement distancing themselves from Cross’s comments, stressing that they do not condone any form of disrespect or derogatory language. They urged all supporters to focus on the issues and engage in constructive debate rather than resorting to personal attacks.

As the race for the presidency heats up, it is clear that tensions will be high and passions will be strong. However, it is important for all parties to remember that they are ultimately working towards a common goal: the betterment of Nigeria and its people. Personal attacks and disrespect have no place in this process, and it is incumbent upon all citizens to uphold the highest standards of civility and decorum in their political engagement.

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