The South East Coordinator of the Peoples Democratic Party, Presidential campaign, Chief Dan Ulasi, has described the attack on the Labour Party, LP, Presidential candidate, Mr Peter Obi by the Anambra State Governor, Prof Charles Soludo as unnecessary and warned him to stop “playing God”
Ulasi made the assertion this Thursday morning while speaking as a guest on Sunrise Daily, Channels TV current affairs program.
He stated that his party, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, should be the ones complaining about losing votes to Obi’s Labour Party, LP, in the the South East, not Soludo.
“Soludo should let Peter be, it’s my party (PDP) that should be worried about losing votes in the South-East (not him).
Recounting his conversation with Soludo on the matter, Ulasi said: “Soludo called me to ask if I watched his Channels TV interview and the negative comments that followed it, that he would reply. I said I had not seen it, being busy going round the South-East, campaigning for my party.
“Whatever discussions he had with Peter, he shouldn’t have brought that to the public arena.
“Actually, what he said in his letter was what I said three months ago on this TV and was attacked.
“I don’t like people playing God, Soludo should not say that Peter can’t win. He is not God. I’m campaigning for my candidate who is going to win. Peter winning will be very difficult, it will be a miracle.
He explained further that his job as Atiku’s South East Coordinator is to ensure that the votes PDP will lose in the zone will be minimized.