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Poor choice of leaders, Nigeria’s biggest challenge – Obi

Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s presidential candidate, has stated that the country’s primary obstacle is essentially a lack of leadership.

This was what he said on Wednesday at the party rally in Calabar.

At the UJ Esuene Stadium, where the rally was held, Obi was greeted by a large number of his supporters. He had previously held a town hall meeting with the youths.

After that, he paid the Obong of Calabar, His Eminence, Ekpo Abasi-Otu, a courtesy call.

If elected, he claimed, he would not only protect and unite the nation but also guarantee law and order.

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He said that his government would make sure that the country’s universities would run smoothly and without strike after strike.

Obi elaborated on his strategy for expanding Cross River.

He claims that the state has cocoa, which we will cultivate and ensure export.

“Because it is Nigeria’s tourism capital, we will also increase the state’s tourism potential.

We want Nigeria to function. You can rely on us.

“Try not to decide in favor of individuals you can’t confide in to pivot the country,” the official confident said.

Also, Prof. Pat Utomi, a party chief, said that a new Nigeria is possible, but that it would start with the right person being elected in 2023.

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Utomi claimed that the country’s difficulties had persisted because the people had continued to elect leaders who did not care about the people.

He likewise said that the story could be changed with the Super durable Citizen Cards and casting a ballot rights.

Mr. Julius Abure, the party’s National President, also spoke in a similar manner.

Abure stated that poor leadership decisions were largely responsible for Nigeria’s development issue.

As a result, he appealed to Nigerians to vote for the party’s candidates at all levels in 2023 and to make the right decision.

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Aisha Yusuf, a human rights activist, stated that the time had come for voters to elect the right people to power.

Yusuf urged all Nigerians to participate in the 2023 election, claiming that the outcome would determine the country’s future.

“Our new protest site is the polling unit.

She stated, “We will vote, wait to defend our votes, and ensure that Obi and Dr. Datti Baba-Ahmed, his running mate, are our leaders in 2023.”

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