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Peter Obi Distances Self From 150 Million Dollars Diaspora Funding.

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The Presidential candidate of the Labor Party, Peter Obi yesterday denied his campaign has received 150million dollars in donations from diaspora sources.

Obi during a meeting with Nigerians in London made it clear that he wasn’t campaigning but consulting with Nigerians in the diaspora to get involved in the Nigerian electoral process.

A group under the aegis of Tinubu-Shettima Connect had urged the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC to disqualify Obi over the alleged funding as it violates the Electoral Act on campaign funding but the former Governor of Anambra state said the allegations were based on mere speculation.

Obi has been meeting with Nigerians across the world in recent days, traveling through Europe and the United States but emphasized that his meetings were not part of campaign activities.

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