Newsone reports that the Presidential Candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi on Sunday night, berated Dino Melaye, the spokesperson of the Atiku Presidential campaign for trolling him.
This online news platform understands that the angry Obi warned Melaye against trolling him at the ongoing Presidential Town Hall Meeting organized by Arise Television and a group, Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD) after the former Nigerian Senator referred to some people making noise in the hall as “Peter Obi people” better known as ObiDients Movement.
Newsone Nigeria reports that the Labour Party Presidential candidate who was apparently irritated by the statement of the former member of the 8th Nigerian National Assembly warned Melaye to stop, adding that he has taken enough from him.
“You see what is happing here. I won’t take this. You’re calling them Peter Obi people. I won’t take this. This Colonel is NNPP person you’re calling him Peter Obi people”, an angry obi said.
“I have taken enough from you here Dino. I won’t take this. Why are you always trolling me?” The angry Labour Party Presidential candidate questioned.
Watch the moment Peter Obi warned Dino Melaye below…
“I have taken enough from you here”
Peter Obi fires at Dino Melaye over his continuous false utterances at the Arise Tv Townhall meeting
Enough is Enough. Glad Peter Obi spoke up! Obidients RETWEET AGGRESSIVELY pic.twitter.com/YZM190AyCc
— Chlorpheniramine #OBIdients 🇳🇬 (@VictorIsrael_) November 6, 2022
Meanwhile, Newsone reports that a town hall meeting for presidential candidates for the 2023 election organised by Arise Television and a group, Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD), is currently going on with the candidates debating on the security situation of the country and other issues.
This online news platform understands that the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi and his New Nigeria Peoples Party counterpart, Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso, are currently participating in the debate while Bola Tinubu, the Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Atiku Abubakar, the Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) are absent.