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2023 Elections: Peter Obi’s Manifesto Is Empty, Vacuous, Short On Substance –Tinubu

Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has criticized Peter Obi’s manifesto, which he is competing against in the race for the presidency from the Labour Party.

Tinubu claims that the document is devoid of substance and is overflowing with graphics and demagogic rhetoric.

Tinubu expressed this in an explanation by the Head of Media and Exposure of the APC Official Mission Board, Bayo Onanuga.

Tinubu made the comment in response to the Labour Party and Obi’s 2023 general election manifesto titled “It is Possible: Our Agreement with Nigerians

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According to a portion of the statement, “We have come to the conclusion that the document is empty and vacuous” after reading it, which contained “very high graphics and demagogic rhetorics and short on substance.” The document’s content was lacking.

“Mr. Peter Obi’s document contains no grand policy initiatives and options to excite right-thinking Nigerians,” the statement continued. It didn’t say anything about how Obi wanted to accomplish his high falutin goals.

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Instead, Obi’s promise to “engineer the transition of Nigeria from a fossil fuel dependency to climate and eco-friendly energy use” will raise concerns in the South, South, and North East. False statistics and fallacies are evident in Obi’s document.

Obi asserted that China lifted 740 million individuals out of poverty. He downplayed the accomplishment and avoided discussing the time it took the Chinese Communist Party to accomplish this.

In just 40 years, China lifted nearly 800 million people out of poverty. In contrast to Obi’s rhetoric, this makes the current APC government’s plan to lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty in ten years more attainable.

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He said that the Labour Party and Obi were using the same strategy that President Muhammadu Buhari was using to combat insurgency “within his first week in office as President in 2015 and has continued to strengthen regional cooperation.”

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