Obi Promises Meaningful Life for Nigerians
The Presidential candidate of the Labour Party, LP, Mr Peter Obi has promised to provide adequate security of lives and property, unite Nigerians and create enabling environment devoid of ethnicity.
Mr Obi made the promise during his presidential campaign at Lekan Salami Sports Complex, Adamasingba, Ibadan.
He also pledged to create jobs for Nigerian youths, make Nigeria a production country and ensure agriculture development for export.
Mr Obi who had earlier paid homage to the Olubadan of Ibadanland, Oba Mahood Balogun and inaugurated Obi-Datti Campaign office at Oke-Ado, Ibadan said the glorious pacing setting status of the city would be restored and Lagos to become the financial hub of Africa if he is elected president come 2023.
The National Chairman of, the Labour Party, Mr Julius Abure called on the people of South West, Nigeria to use their democratic power to change government wisely, stressing that his party has human beings at the centre of its welfare programmes.
Labour Party chairman of Oyo state, Mr Sadiq Atayese said the current Nigerian situation required a different thinking approach and urged Nigerians to desist from voting trading.
Labour Party gubernatorial candidate in Oyo state, Alhaji Tawfiq Akinwale urged Yoruba people to vote for Peter Obi for his detribalized nature.
A leader of the socio-cultural group, Afenifere, Pa Ayo Adebanjo explained that there was a need for voters to choose leaders based on competence and ability to ensure true federalism and not on ethnic sentiments.
The Spokesperson for Peter Obi presidential Campaign Council, PCC, Dr Yunusa Tanko explained that Mr Obi and the Labour Party symbolized the hope and happiness Nigerians are yearning for.
Highlights of the campaign rally which had Labour Party supporters across the six Southwest states in attendance were the presentation of the party flag to the Oyo state governorship candidate of the party, Alhaji Tawfiq Akinwale for campaign coordination, goodwill messages from students and coalition groups.