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Peter Obi Reacts to Ekweremadu’s UK Arrest: ‘I Commit Them Into God’s Hand For Justice’

Peter Obi Reacts to Ekweremadu’s UK Arrest: ‘I Commit Them Into God’s Hand For Justice’

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A day after Ike Ekweremadu and his wife were arrested in the UK on accusations of organ harvesting, Peter Obi demanded justice for Ukpo David Nwamini.

Obi, 60, wrote in the tweet that he and his family would pray for the recovery of Ekweremadu’s daughter.

However, the presidential candidate for the Labour Party says he would also commit them into God’s hands for justice to be served.

“My family and I are with the Ekweremadu’s over their travail. We join all men of goodwill in praying for the healing of their daughter and commit them into God’s hand for justice to be done,” Peter Obi Tweeted.

The day before he was held in custody, the former vice president of the Nigerian senate made a contentious remark about Peter Obi’s bid for the presidency in 2023.

Ekweremadu, who is from the same region of the South East as Mr. Obi, claimed that his South East cannot afford to risk the waste of a vote by supporting Peter Obi.

Because of this, hundreds of Peter Obi’s supporters are perplexed by his responses to his detention.

The majority believes that he is backing him based on his statements.

The real significance of Peter Obi’s tweet is that he trusted Ekweremadu and his wife to God in order for justice to be served in the young boy’s favor.

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