“He Has Destroyed His Political Career In The North,” Peter Obi’s Running Mate, Baba-Ahmed Strikes Over Muslim, Northerner Comment

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The running mate of Peter Obi, candidate of the Labour Party in the 2023 general election, Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed, has been attacked in Zamfara State over his comment that he won’t like to be called a Muslim or northerner.

One Babangida Ahmed, in an interview with DAILY POST, said that Baba-Ahmed has destroyed his political career in the north, saying that with such utterances, northerners may not cast their votes for Labour Party in 2023.

He argued that Baba-Ahmed was wrong to say such because Peter Obi has never denied being a Christian and has never for once asked not to be called an Igbo man.

He stressed that Obi is proud to be a Catholic even with the verbal attacks of Rev. Mbaka. Obi openly stated that he remains loyal to the Church and he has never disowned his identity as an Igbo man. He added:

“Does this mean some of us are not comfortable or feel ashamed to be associated with our blessed religion of Islam or our noble background as people from Northern Nigeria?

“I hope he was misquoted out of context, otherwise he better look for supporters elsewhere,” he said.

Another person identified as Yusuf Abubakar said Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed is not proud of his religion and tribe, saying that for him to warn that he won’t accept to be referred to as a Muslim or northerner means he is ungrateful to the Almighty. He added:

“If he has publicly said that he does not support tribalism, then nobody would comment on that because tribalism can destroy the entire country.”

Recall that the embattled Labour Party’s vice-presidential candidate recently granted an interview to BBC News where he allegedly made the comments.

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