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Nigerians react to Obasanjo’s meeting with Atiku, Kukah, others

Massive reactions have trailed the closed door meeting between former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, Bishop Matthew Kukah and others in his home in Ogun state.

Below are some of the reactions:

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Al-amin who tweeted via @abilyaminu23 wrote:

Another twitter user, Idy udofia @idyudofia10 stated:

I.am_Umoren @IdongesitUmore2 who expressed optimism about the meeting wrote:

On FACEBOOK, there were similar reactions as more people reacted. Chf Mala Jahmuseray wrote: “They should wear cross for campaigns if they like. Who cares?”

“They are partners in corruption and crime and therefore it’s not surprising if they support one another against integrity, statism and patriot”, wrote Ahmad Muhammad.

Nura Umar said: “Their union doesn’t change the will of God because all power belongs to God”.

Nwankwo Priscillia Ije wrote: “Shiekh Gumi, thanks for joining hands with the winning team. I am proud of you. Baba you’ll not be disappointed; thanks for accepting him back.”

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