Former Soldiers In Gombe Who Fought Biafra War, Reveal Their Plan For Peter Obi’s Presidential Ambition
Some retired Nigerian soldiers in Gombe state have started strategizing on how they will work for the presidential ambition of the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi.
The ex-service men who partook in the regrettable Nigeria -Biafra war of 1967-1970, disclosed that they have strategized on how to campaign for Peter Obi by organizing a march for him in the state.
The military veterans revealed also that they are working on how they will protect the votes of Peter Obi during the February presidential election.
A former Nigerian soldier, Musa Dawa who resigned from the Nigeria Army a few months ago on the ground that he wants to vigorously campaign for his preferred presidential candidate, Peter Obi, made the disclosure through his Twitter handle.
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Military Veterans from Gombe State just concluded strategizing on how to campaign and protect @PeterObi votes on Election Day. @MilVet4PeterObi promised us T-shirts for our 1 million March in Gombe. All of them except me fought the Biafran War and promised to work pic.twitter.com/oYhjuyrohR
— Musa Dawa (@Dawa404) September 11, 2022