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Campaign Poster Of Peter Obi As President, Kwankwaso As Running Mate Emerges

A Presidential campaign poster of former Anambra State Governor, Peter Obi, has surfaced.

The poster depicts Obi running for president while former Kano State governor, Rabiu Kwankwaso is his running mate.

The poster is titled: “For Equity and Fairness 2023.”

Obi may be running under the platform of the New Nigerian People’s Party, NNPP, where Kwankwaso belongs.

Recall that Obi had officially resigned his membership of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

The former PDP presidential aspirant said his decision was due to the recent developments within the opposition party.

Obi said it was practically impossible to continue participating and making constructive contributions within the PDP.

It is, however, unclear if Obi has officially joined NNPP.

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