THE Vice-Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the 2019 election, Mr Peter Obi, has denied having hands in his campaign posters being circulated both offline and online, and on different social media platforms.

A statement made available by his Media Office and signed by Mr Valentine Obienyem, said that the office had been lately inundated with clarifications on Obi’s Presidential posters being circulated through various media platforms.

According to the statement, Obi was not in any way connected to or authorised anybody or organisation to promote such on his behalf.

It further noted that Obi was not the one to jump the gun on a matter the party was yet to give final directives.

The statement said, “As a faithful party man, Obi will abide by the final position of the party on the issue. We frown on people’s preoccupation with the next election when the situation in the country urgently calls for all hands to be on deck towards the restoration of security, eradication of poverty, creation of jobs and provision of other productive ventures for the country’s teeming unemployed youths, improving education and making health care accessible in the country.

“These are precisely what Obi is concerned with right now.”

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