Yes Daddy: Obi admits phoning Oyedepo, denies ‘religious war’ allegation

The presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, has acknowledged the private conversation between him and the founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide, Bishop David Oyedepo, took place. 

The former Anambra governor, however, debunked describing the presidential election as a ‘religious war.’

Obi made the admission when he was featured on Arise Television as a guest on Monday night. 

When asked if the phone conversation actually took place or if another propaganda aided by artificial intelligence, the politician admitted consulting with the fiery preacher but did not at any poll referred to the poll as a religious war.

He also described himself as the only non-Muslim governor, aside from erecting mosques, who has sent more people for pilgrimage in Mecca than other state leaders. Continue reading on Punch, follow the link;

Yes Daddy: Obi admits phoning Oyedepo, denies ‘religious war’ allegation

 

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