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2023 Presidency: Four Things Peter Obi Said While Declaring That Will Excite Nigerians

Peter Obi, former governor of Anambra, has declared his intention to contest the presidency in the 2023 general election He said, if given the opportunity, he will unite Nigeria and ensure steady inflow of investments into the country Going further, he added that what Nigeria needs are people with capacity, competence and willingness to manage the country’s resources efficiently.

Peter Obi’s declaration that he wants to contest the presidency in the 2023 general election has gone well with many Nigerians. The former governor of Anambra who announced his decision on Thursday, March 24 at a meeting with traditional rulers in Awka, the Anambra capital made some bold statements that excite Nigerians.

VOSTV Naija in this report lists the main things said by the aspirant.

1. We are too divided. I believe that the government I will lead will unite Nigeria. We need unity and peace for the progress of the country. I believe in Nigeria.

2. I will move Nigeria from a consuming nation to a productive nation. As a Nigerian, I want all parts of the country to be secured.

3. I’m not aspiring for a political position, but to serve the country. 4. What Nigeria needs are people with capacity, competence and willingness to manage the country’s resources efficiently.

It was reported that the former speaker of the House of Representatives disclosed that he was not against the agenda of a southern candidate for the top seat in Aso Rock. He made this disclosure in Minna on Wednesday, March 23 at the residence of the former head of state, General Abdulsalami Abubakar (retd.), vostv naija gathered.

2023: Peter Obi makes crucial remark after surprise appearance at Atiku presidential declaration event

The presence of Peter Obi, a former governor of Anambra at the occasion of Atiku Abubakar’s presidential declaration in Abuja on Wednesday, March 23, was a surprise to a lot of attendees. But speaking with journalists at the event, the former vice presidential candidate who was a running mate to Atiku noted that politics is a relationship, not war.

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