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“Celebrating will be insensitive”: Peter Obi cancels birthday celebration over state of the nation Back To List
“Celebrating will be insensitive”: Peter Obi cancels birthday celebration over state of the nation
Selflessness or just good old fashioned politics? You be the judge. Anambra State Governor Peter Obi explained all to who cares to listen that he didn’t celebrate his 50th birthday on Wednesday, July 17 because of the parlous state of affairs in the country. Addressing journalists after the state executive council meeting in Awka, Anambra State on Thursday, Obi said: “Everybody knows my position on celebrations not to talk about now when the mood of the country is that of despondency due to unemployment, lack of infrastructure, threats of strike, among others. “As Nigeria is..,

 

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