- Peter Obi, the Labour Party's 2023 presidential candidate has been invited for a conversation at the Chatham House
- The former Anambra state governor will be discussing issues relating to the forthcoming 2023 elections in Nigeria
- Obi's invitation to appear at the Chatham House comes about four days after the flag bearer of the APC was featured by the Chatham
Barely four days after Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) 2023 presidential candidate made an appearance at the Chatham House in London, his Labour Party counterpart, Peter will take a seat at the same arena.
In a post made by the Chatham House Africa on Thursday, December 8, Obi will be having a conversation on forthcoming Nigeria's 2023 general elections.
The event, which is the second of several more to come aims to examine the 2023 general elections in Nigeria and the political developments leading to the poll.
Details of Peter Obi's conversation with Chatham House
According to Chatham House Africa, the event is billed to hold in London on Friday, January 16.
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The former governor of Anambra state prayed for God to hear all the prayers made by many Nigerians for the nation. He visited the church alongside other political leaders including Frank Nweke Jnr, the Enugu state governorship candidate for the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA).