- The build-up to the forthcoming 2023 presidential election has reached a fever pitch
- On Tuesday, November 15, the ruling All Progressive Congress took its campaign to Jos, Plateau state
- At the campaign, the bannerman of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, vowed to have a clean swoop at polls ahead of his counterpart Peter Obi
Plateau, Jos - The presidential flagbearer of the ruling All Progressive Congress, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has once again played down the chances of his Labour Party counterpart, Peter Obi at the forthcoming presidential polls.
Tinubu who took his campaign to the city of Jos, the Plateau state capital on Tuesday, November 15 said the APC will come out tops in the forthcoming general election.
Tinubu exposes Peter Obi
He revealed that Peter Obi does not live in his home state but rather resides in his own territory (Lagos state).
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“Peter Obi, Haaa! This Obidient. He lives in Lagos, not in Anambra. He doesn’t know the road. We will return him to Anambra. We will chart him a new course.”
As reported by The Nation, the APC bannerman vowed that the aftermath of the 2023 general election will send Peter Obi packing to his hometown in Anambra state.
“Hope is back, Nigeria will be well. Nigeria will not sink. We hereby reaffirm our commitment to progressive good governance.”
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In another development, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi has again received a major endorsement in the polity.
In a chat with Legit.ng, he noted that Obi is the only presidential candidate who can perform well only if Nigerians are patient.
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Meanwhile, Peter Obi has said that he is not totally against the taking of loans or borrowing funds from other countries and international agencies in Nigeria.
The Labour Party's presidential candidate said that his concern is when the funds borrowed are not directed into the right channels that would bring growth or productivity.
According to Obi, there is a need for Nigeria as a nation to cut down the cost of governance and invest more in regenerative projects that will benefit the people.