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COP28 delegate list: “Stop dancing naked in public” – President warns Peter Obi

The presidential palace has warned the Labor Party, the LP, and presidential candidate Peter Obi about the large contingent that accompanied President Bola Tinubu to the COP28 climate change conference in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. He warned them to stop dancing.

Mr Obi had accused the Tinubu administration of wasting scarce resources by bringing too many delegates to COP28.

According to a list published by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), 1,411 of the 81,027 delegates registered to attend the summit in person were from Nigeria.

Obi and some Nigerians had criticized Tinubu over the large delegation.

But Vice President Kassim Shettima's spokesperson, Stanley Nkwocha, said Obi was trying to convince Nigerians that he was the only one who had their concerns at heart.

In a statement on X, Nkwocha wrote: “We have taken note of the remarks of Peter Obi, the Labor Party’s (LP) presidential candidate for the 2023 presidential election, in which he once again made a weak and futile attempt to paint the picture.” The government of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has become a bad news.

“For 24 hours, Obi danced naked in public squares, trying to attract the attention of people who were willing to listen to his falsehoods and distorted views of waste.

“On Sunday, he accused the current government of sponsoring a delegation of more than 1,400 people to Dubai for COP28.

“The next day, Monday, after his crushing defeat in the presidential election, the subject of his newfound passion, armchair criticism, was the 15.5 billion yen budgeted by the Federal Capital Territory Authority (FCTA) to renovate the deputy government residence. It was a budget proposal for Norway. The president claimed to pay the annual salaries of 3,000 university professors.”


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