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It’s Difficult To Understand Apapa’s Action Except If It Is Interpreted As An Enemy Action—Ikechukwu



In an interview with Arise , Okey Ikechukwu, a professor of Strategic Management and Human Capital, expressed his difficulty in understanding Lamidi Apapa’s actions unless they are interpreted as those of an enemy.

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Ikechukwu compared Apapa’s actions to a player from the Nigerian national football team, the Super Eagles, attempting to score an own goal. He suggested that Apapa’s actions are aimed at destabilizing the Labour Party and its presidential candidate, Peter Obi.

According to Ikechukwu, Apapa’s actions were puzzling and could only be interpreted as hostile unless seen in the context of enemy action. This led to the assumption that Apapa was sponsored and that the sponsorship came from the All Progressives Congress (APC). The motive behind this assumed sponsorship was believed to be the destabilization of the Labour Party and the disruption of Peter Obi’s efforts at the tribunal.

The perplexing nature of Apapa’s actions and their potential impact on the party and Peter Obi’s case highlight the suspicion of external interference and the potential consequences for the ongoing political situation.

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