The presidential candidate of the Labour Party and former governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi, has urged his supporters to be tolerant of the views of others and also learn from them.
His statement, which was shared on his official Twitter handle on Sunday, came a day after the Senior Pastor of Covenant Christian Centre, Poju Oyemade, was attacked on the same platform for expressing his views.
Oyemade, in a now-deleted post, had advised against acting based on blind faith, especially when preparation was short.
He added, “Without having real evidence upon which you are acting nor preparation for the task, recognising real obstacles that lie ahead and making concrete plans, one is just being delusional about the outcome.
“The enthusiasm of the youth must not be wasted on poorly planned projects.”
His post was seen by many of Obi’s supporters as an attack on the movement of their preferred candidate that had been criticised as having no structure.