“No Need To Japa When I Become President” – Peter Obi
He swore to eradicate poverty, corruption, and instability.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Peter Obi, the presidential candidate for the Labour Party (LP), claimed that if he were elected, young people would no longer be forced to flee Nigeria (Japa).
He pledged to put measures into effect that would safeguard young people’s futures.
Obi made the commitment on January 5, 2022, during a party rally in Ado-Ekiti, the state’s capital.
The previous governor of Anambra State swore to eradicate poverty, corruption, and instability.
Obi said he would pay attention to unemployment to ensure graduates get paid jobs.
“My administration will move this country from consumption to production
“Our youths will be properly taken care of and will no longer be traveling out for greener pastures”, he added.
Peter Obi of the Labour Party is the most competent candidate to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari, according to Chief Afe Babalola (SAN), founder and chancellor of Afe Babalola University in Ado Ekiti.
Babalola, a lawyer who will celebrate his 60th anniversary of being admitted to the bar this year, said he and Obi share a passion for high-quality education.
Stakeholders in the education sector are encouraged by Peter Obi’s (PO) pledge to overhaul the educational system through well-designed private corporation participation funding if elected president in 2023.
In his platform titled “Our Pact with Nigerians,” Obi had promised that, if elected, his administration would tackle the reform of the educational system by incorporating private sector involvement in school spending.
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