Obi declares that he must become president of Nigeria either now or in the future

Peter Obi, the Labour Party’ s nominee for president, claimed he is not in a rush to become Nigeria’ s next leader, but he must become Nigeria’s President; even if it is not now, it will be in future. Continue Reading>>>

This declaration comes during the ongoing pre- hearing proceedings at the Presidential Election Petition Court (PEPC), where Mr. Obi is contesting Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu’ s election victory.

At a book event for ” Peter Obi: Many voices, one perspective” on Friday in Awka, the capital of Anambra State, Mr. Obi, a former governor of that state, made the statement. Continue Reading>>>

” I must be the president of this country, if not today, it will be next time. I am not desperate; I am not in a hurry. I am committed to the cause of a better Nigeria, ” the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi said.

According to the TheCable News, Mr. Obi also declared that he will follow the court’ s ruling in the ongoing election proceedings.

He asked his supporters to embrace whatever decision was made and that they would not riot but rather continue to fight for a better Nigeria.

” We are peaceful; we are not going to quarrel with any politician. Don’ t be discouraged about my apologies to people. As a youth, we cannot fight our fathers even when we are right. We are not going to riot. I am Nigerian. I don’ t have dual citizenship, I will not run away, we must be here to right the wrongs in the country over the years, ” he declared.

Obi claimed that even though he is in transit, he will undoubtedly arrive at his destination because he is dedicated to the effort to make Nigeria better.

This won’ t be the first time the presidential candidate for the Labour Party has stated that he has no immediate plans to become the leader of Nigeria.

Remember that Peter Gregory Obi stated the same thing about not being ” desperate” to become the president of Nigeria in May 2022, prior to the 2023 presidential election.

The former governor had left the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and quit his membership.

Obi then declared his intention to join the Labour Party, claiming that the party would help turn Nigeria into a nation that produced goods. The former Anambra governor had responded to the assertion that he quit the PDP because he cannot win the primary, stressing that he is merely ” desperate” to make the country function, especially for the sake of youth.

” I’ m not desperate to be president. I’ m desperate to see Nigeria work, especially for the youths of this country, ” he declared.

 

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