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Oronsaye Report: Oseloka Obaze Accuses President Tinubu Of Copying Peter Obi’s Manifesto

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Oseloka Obaze, a Labour Party LP chieftain has accused the Tinubu-led administration of copying  Peter Obi’s manifesto in the execution of the Oronsaye report.

 

Obaze, utilizing his X platform, accused the Federal Government of engaging in ‘copy and paste’ plagiarism, expressing his dissatisfaction with what he perceives as unoriginal governance.

 

In support of his claims, Obaze shared excerpts from the Labour Party manifesto, denouncing the government’s approach as a form of shameless and clueless governance by plagiarism.

 

Drawing attention to Section II of the Obi-Datti Manifesto on the Oronsaye Report, he emphasized the alleged lack of originality in the current administration’s actions.

 

Highlighting a specific incident from October 5, 2022, at Harvard University, Obaze referred to a question posed to Peter Obi regarding the implementation of the Oronsaye Report.

 

According to Obaze, Peter Obi responded affirmatively, stating that it was the sole path to achieving efficient, cost-effective, and productive governance.

 

The accusatory tone persists as Obaze contends that the current administration has once again appropriated ideas from Peter Obi’s political platform.

 

“Government by plagiarism: Check out Section II of the Obi-Datti Manifesto on the Oronsaye Report. These people are shameless and clueless” , he wrote on X.

 

“On 5th October 2022 at Havard University, @PeterObi was asked: “Will you implement the Oronseye Report?” @PeterObi responded: ” Affirmative. That is the only way to make governance efficient, cost effective and productive.” Today, they again stole from PO’s platform.

Oronsaye Report: Oseloka Obaze Accuses Tinubu Of Copying Peter Obi Manifesto Oronsaye Report: Oseloka Obaze Accuses Tinubu Of Copying Peter Obi Manifesto

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