We’re Ready To Move Mountains To Save Nigeria – Peter Obi

Labour Party Presidential Candidate, Mr Peter Obi.

Former Governor of Anambra State and Presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Mr Peter Obi has disclosed the readiness of the party to move mountains to save the country in the forthcoming 2023 general elections.

Mr Obi stated this on his official twitter handle shortly after the Labour Party & The Coalition For Peter Obi (CPO) Leadership Summit at International Conference Center, yesterday in Abuja.

He said: “finally, Our structure is everyone seated in this hall today! Yes, we have structure, and we are ready to move mountains to save Nigeria”.

The business tycoon said, efforts must be intensufied to end the criminality called oil subsidy if the country must move forward.

Going forward, we must look for ways to move Nigeria beyond oil. We must end this criminality called ‘oil subsidy’. Nigeria today is vastly polarised and wrecked by divisions that run deep along religious, ethnic and regional lines.

He noted that most of the nation’s economic indices are pointing downwards due to corruption and lack of production, assuring, that plans are in place to move the country’s economy from consumptive to the productive mode.

“There is a staggering level of corruption. Our universities have remained closed for over five months. While our healthcare system remains comatose, power generation and distribution are also at an all-time low.

“After we win the 2023 elections, we intend to use the instruments of job creation and regenerative investments to drastically reduce the high incidence of insecurity and poverty, while moving the economy from the consumptive to the productive mode.

“Undoubtedly, the greatest challenge we face beyond bad leadership, is lack of elite consensus. But, let us not forget Dante Alighieri‘s admonition, that “The hottest places in hell are reserved for those who, in times of great moral crisis, maintain their neutrality.”

“History must serve as a tool in our decision making. The implosion of Nigeria has long been forecasted. Year 2023 could be a tipping point in the annals of our history. But that must not happen, even as the options before the electorate seem stark.

“From where I stand, I dare to proclaim that Nigeria’s Democracy Must Survive!

“The new alliance that we seek is between Nigerian Youths, the Labour Party, which represent Nigerian workers, and Like Minds. Collectively, it is an alliance of the OBIdients!”, he said.

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