- Peter Obi on Tuesday, November 22, had a talk with the high commissioner of Canada in Nigeria, H.E. James Christoff
- Obi, via his Facebook page, disclosed that he spoke with Christoff about his view on Nigeria's rebirth
- The former governor of Anambra had this meeting days after he visited Rivers state for the commissioning of a project completed by Nyesom Wike
The presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi, is not leaving any stone unturned in his pursuit to become Nigeria's next president.
Obi, on his Facebook page, on Tuesday, November 22, disclosed that he met with the high commissioner of Canada to Nigeria, H.E. James Christoff.
The former Anambra governor disclosed that he informed Christoff of his views on bringing about a new Nigeria.
Obi wrote on Facebook:
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"Today, I met with the High Commissioner of Canada to Nigeria, H.E. James Christoff. The conversation was quite animated. I shared my perspectives on the envisaged rebirth of a new Nigeria."
2023 elections: Peter Obi intensifies campaign strategy, holds crucial meeting with Governor Udom
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Obi was not slowing down his campaign, nor is he slacking in his consultative moves and engagement with stakeholders ahead of the 2023 presidential election.
The former Anambra state governor recently visited Governor Udom Gabriel Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom state in Uyo to hold a strategic meeting in preparation for the 2023 general elections.
In a tweet on Tuesday, November 1, Obi revealed that the meeting centred on conversations on nation-building as well as economic and fiscal matters.
"Yesterday, I met with my friend and brother H.E @MrUdomEmmanuel, the Governor of Akwa Ibom state.
"We exchanged views on issues on national interest, nation building and particularly on the economy and fiscal matters."
Yoruba council of elders blasts Adebanjo, says “Obi’s endorsement without Fasoranti’s approval fake”
In another development, Chief Ayo Adebanjo, Afenifere leader, earlier stated that the group would not back Bola Tinubu and Atiku Abubakar for the 2023 presidency.
The Afenifere leader said the group stood on justice and fairness and believed in true federalism and the Federal Character principle.
Adebanjo came under criticism for rejecting the endorsement of Tinubu by southwest leaders.
The leaders, including chieftains of Afenifere, Yoruba Council of Elders and other associations, said Adebanjo, who had in his private capacity endorsed Labour Party (LP) presidential Peter Obi, was on his own.