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Peter Obi To Run For President In 2023

With the presidential election before us once again and with the nation set to find out who would oversea the affairs of the country in 365 days time.

Peter Obi the former governor of Anambra State and a vice president aspirant in the last concluded presidential election has publicly made his intentions known to contest in the 2023 presidential election.

Making this declaration in Awka, the capital city of Anambra state while addressing the royal fathers and Presidents General of the 181 communities in the state at Government House, Awka.

He declared “I have come to inform you of my intention to contest the 2023 presidential election. I need your support,” he could be clearly heard telling the monarchs.

As of the beginning of the week, Various news agency and media outlets had gathered that Obi would officially declare his presidential ambition on Friday which actually happens to be the case now.

For the record’s, this is the first time the former governor of Anambra state would l be speaking publicly about his intention to contest in 2023 as he further went on to add.

“We are all Nigerians and we know how things are shared in the country. Many people had called to ask my position on this matter and my answer then was that I needed to consult widely.

“The reason I called you, therefore, is to officially inform you that I am aspiring for the president of Nigeria in 2023.

“After a careful study of the country, I notice that we’re too divided and I promise to lead a united and secure Nigeria to be able to attract foreign investments.

“The Nigeria I will lead will create jobs, boost our economy, improve education. If I have the opportunity, I will turn around the country for the better.

“I will move Nigeria from a consuming nation to a productive nation. As a Nigerian, I want all parts of the country to be secured. I’m not aspiring for a political position, but to serve the country.

“Let me assure you that I will seriously contest for the president of Nigeria on the platform of the PDP.” he concluded.

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