- The presidential aspirant for the Labour Party has given deep-rooted advice to youths across Nigeria
- Peter Obi urged the youths to ensure that ask critical questions about the aspirations of presidential aspirants of the All Progressives Congress who could not deliver development, security to Nigerians in seven years
- The 2023 hopeful made the remarks following the ongoing APC presidential primary at the Eagle Square, Abuja
As the 2023 presidential primary of the ruling, All Progressives Congress (APC) is ongoing, the flagbearer of the Labour Party Peter Obi has sent a piece of advice to Nigerian youth.
He also urged the Nigerian youths to make effort to critically think and ask the aspirants who were given an opportunity on the platform of the primary to sell themselves what they can offer to the people tomorrow after spending seven years in office.
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"Dear Nigerian Youths, as you listen to the aspirants of the ruling party jostle for their party's ticket, think and ask if they can offer tomorrow what they could not provide in seven years; and if you are doing better than you were seven years ago."
2023: Group says Peter Obi’s Presidency will end Biafra agitation
Support for a former governor of Anambra state, Peter Obi has continued to grow by the day ahead of the 2023 elections.
A group based in the United States of America has thrown its weight behind Obi’s presidential aspiration.
According to the group, Obi's emergence as Nigeria’s president in 2023, would end secession calls from aggrieved elements in the southeast.
2023: Group says Peter Obi’s exit will cost PDP 15 million votes
In a related development, the Coalition for Peter Obi’s Presidential Aspiration had commended the former governor of Anambra state for dumping the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), saying the party has automatically lost about 15 million votes.
The organisation made its stance known in a statement on Thursday, May 26 issued after the official announcement of Obi’s defection from the PDP to the Labour Party.
The group added that Obi, as a decent man, would not play the type of transactional politics going on in the PDP and that was why he was wise to have dumped the party.