Peter Obi Is Fighting For The Oppressed And Also Supports Restructuring - Afenifere Leader, Ayo Adebanjo

Ayo Adebanjo and Peter Obi

Leader of Afenifere, a pan-Yoruba socio-political organisation, Ayo Adebanjo has disclosed that he would throw his weight behind the Presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi in the 2023 elections because they believe in the same cause.

In an interview with Channels Television on Wednesday, August 24, Adebanjo said he and Obi share the same view and he believes the former Governor of Anambra state is fighting for oppressed Nigerians.

The Afenifere leader also stated that he won’t back any candidate that does not support restructuring.

Adebanjo said;

“He (Obi) came to meet Southern and Middlebelt leaders in my house. It was an exchange of views; we believe in the same cause.

“We are all partners in progress. The fight he is fighting is a fight for the oppressed.

“Restructuring was at the front burner; we should have a country first before we have any development plan. That is the pillar on which the Southern and Middlebelt leaders stand.

“Constitutional review, community policing, devolution of power and others are all embedded in restructuring. Where we have a constitution where everybody is dissatisfied, you won’t have peace and without peace, there will be no stability. These are fundamental.

“There is nothing new about restructuring; we are only saying let us go back to where we started before the military came. Where did we start? The constitution was made in 1964, endorsed by Awolowo, Azikwe and Sardauna, and was what we had until the military came in 1966 and imposed this constitution.

“This constitution is a fraudulent one and the government has never refuted it. They set aside the constitution before 1966, imposed this one and included all the things that were excluded that are causing confusion till today. We must go back to that constitution.”

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