2023: PDP presidential hopeful receives campaign t-shirts and shares photos

  • Dele Momodu is one of the few presidential candidates who launched his campaign in a subtle way
  • The PDP politician shared pictures of his campaign t-shirts donated by some of his friends on Friday February 18
  • Via his Instagram page, the leading journalist thanked his associates for thinking well of him and supporting his presidential candidacy.

Dele Momodu, a presidential candidate for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has reacted to the support of his friends to launch massive campaigns across Nigeria.

Via his Instagram page on Friday, February 18, Momodu revealed that some of his associates have started designing campaign t-shirts for him.

The journalist-turned-politician expressed his gratitude to those people who threw their weight behind his presidential aspirant.

Momodu said the T-shirts were donated by his friends (Picture: @delemomodu)
Source: Instagram

He wrote on Instagram:

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“My friends are seriously serious ooo… They produce different campaign materials to support this presidential mission… I am very grateful to them…”

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Meanwhile, an international outlet, The Africa Report, had spoken of Mommodu’s exploits as a top-notch journalist.

In a recent report, the international newspaper revealed that in 30 years, the leader of the PDP has interviewed and interacted with very influential people across the world.

The newspaper notes that this achievement earned Momodu more than 2.6 million social media followers.

He went on to say that the presidential aspirant believes he can use this advantage to secure the seat of power in 2023.

The media organization revealed:

“Ovation International magazine editor Dele Momodu has over the past 30 years interviewed and dined with world leaders, monarchs, billionaires and some of the world’s most influential people, earning him more 2.6 million social media followers.

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“The veteran journalist now believes he can use his vast network and social media presence to become Nigeria’s next president in 2023. Is that enough?”

Reacting to this, Momodu boasted that soon the world media will see more than online followers but a large number of followers from Nigeria which is linked to the APC led government.

His words:

“Very soon, the global media will see much more than social media followers, but the biggest networks of Nigerians who are not only tired of the APC government, but also of the shenanigans of hardened politicians and their aides…”

Source: Legit.ng

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