Former Presidential Candidates, Party Chairmen Endorse Peter Obi
Five days to the overall election, a group made up of former presidential candidates and 24 former national chairmen of political parties in Nigeria, have pledged their dedication to work with the candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi and his operating mate, Datti Baba-Ahmed. CONTINUE READING…
The group below the aegis of the Coalition for Good Governance on Monday, stated it took the choice after finishing up an analysis of the candidates with out recourse to ethnic or spiritual sentiments and resolved that the previous Anambra State governor has what it takes to repair the challenges bedeviling the nation.
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In an announcement signed by its National Coordinator, Okey Chikwendu, CCG described Obi and Baba-Ahmed as probably the most credible and certified candidates amongst these at present vying for the presidency throughout the political parties.
The statement read, “It was throughout this analysis which was carried out with none colouration of ethnicity or non secular bias that the Coalition for Good Governance got here to the conclusion that Mr Peter Obi and Datti Baba-Ahmed are probably the most credible, capable and certified candidates among the many contestants vying for the post of president come twenty fifth of February 2023.
“To this regard, we reaffirm our stand in one of the best interest of Nigerians. We’re grateful that Nigerians of all ethnicities have given an ear to our patriotic name to vote Mr Peter Obi and Datti Baba-Ahmed as we go to the polls this Saturday, twenty fifth of February 2023.
The Coalition for Good Governance as a physique of professionals within the political terrain needs to advise Nigerians to reject those that peddle unnecessary blackmail on the candidacy of Mr Peter Obi.
“Mr Peter Obi is a nationalist, and a real Nigerian. He’s decent, humble, credible, capable, competent and compassionate in character. Mr Obi as governor of Anambra State rejected billions of naira and houses as compensation from Anambra State Authorities.
It’s on file that Mr Peter Obi left over 75 billion naira within the state coffers on the finish of his tenure, a file that has been unmatched by any governor in Nigeria.