2023: I’d rather die than fail Obidient – Peter Obi


Labor Party LP, Presidential Candidate, Peter Obi said he can't be alive and failed his supporters.

Peter Obi made the statement in Lagos yesterday Monday, 21st of November 2022.

He said he will rather died than failed Obidient, his supporters.

“I am determined not to fail them. I would rather die than fail them. I am going to serve them,” he stressed.

“We cannot have that number of people living in poverty and not have criminality, banditry and so on.

“We must remove sharing formula and replace it with the production formula,” he said.

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“The hope of this country is the vast uncultivated land, not that oil we are seeing.

“My commitment is to put Nigeria into production.

“It is not acceptable that we cannot feed ourselves.

“We must get the country to work;  all it requires is the leadership that understands and can drive the process. I can do that, ” he said.

“I cannot be talking about being transparent about managing public money without starting with my campaign.

“I do not pay people to work with me. Nobody will say he is funding Peter Obi’s campaign. I am funding it myself.

“All those things happening everywhere are just that people believe in our cause and give whatever it is from their little resources.

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“I am encouraged, and I assure them that they are doing it for the right cause and I will never disappoint them,” he said.

“Every nation borrows, individual businesses borrow all over the world.

“What is important is what we use the borrowed money to do. If you borrow for consumption, that is where we have a problem.”

“I won’t say I will not borrow but I will only borrow for investment and I will explain to Nigerians the need for the borrowing,” he added.

“We will support those generating power and do everything possible on distribution.

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“I can tell you that within years, we will move from where we are, to 20,000 megawatts, because we need it for production,” he said.

“Everything is driven by technology.”

On women’s involvement in governance, Obi said, “We are going to involve women and youths if I have the opportunity to serve because that 50 per cent of our population must come into productive use.”



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