Peter Obi Explains What He Would Do If War Broke Out In Nigeria
Peter Obi stated that he avoided getting a residence visa and citizenship in various nations on purpose.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Peter Obi, the presidential candidate for the Labour Party (LP), has told Nigerians what they may expect from him if the nation starts a fight with itself.
The candidate declared he wouldn’t leave Nigeria if war breaks out during a virtual interactive session with more than 1,000 members of his most important support network, the Peter Obi Support Network.
If war should break out, Obi stated he would rather perish in Nigeria than live free in another nation.
The former governor of Anambra State claimed that he purposefully avoided gaining citizenship and a residence visa from other nations because he had faith in Nigeria.
“When I left the UK after residing there for over 10 years, I returned everything that belonged to them.
“I have a singular focus on Nigeria, and I do not think I need the citizenship or residence rights of any other country when I haven’t finished exploiting my nature-given rights and privileges as a Nigerian.
“If I am out of Nigeria today and there is a war in Nigeria, I will find a way to return to Nigeria because I will rather die in my country, Nigeria, than live free in another man’s country.” According to Obi:
The presidential contender urged Nigerians living abroad to support the growth of their homeland.
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