State Affairs 18 June 2022
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Is Peter Obi Nigeria’s next president?
Does his party have the spread to make him president? How does he intend to penetrate the traditional and rural frontiers in the northern parts of Nigeria?
For a party not fielding popular candidates in states and federal constituencies, what gives Obicians hope that Obi is the man?
In fact as it stands now, Obi is the only popular candidate of his party. There are no popular senatorial and gubernatorial candidates on the the platform of Labour Party. Or will NLC and TUC use their spread in every parts of Nigeria to back their candidate?
Where are Obicians getting their guts from despite Tinubu and Atiku being heavily invested in this race?
Does Social Media popularity win election?
Does love win election in Nigeria?
Obi promises to take the country from consumption to production. After resigning from the Peoples Democratic Party, he joins the Labour Party to pursue his presidential ambition. He says it’s a struggle to rescue and take back Nigeria from poor administrators.
Is Nigeria about to witness a Democratic Revolution?
Peter Obi was born on 19 July 1961 in Onitsha. He was a two term governor of Anambra State under the platform of the All Progressives Grand Alliance APGA. He served as governor from 17 March 2006 to May 2007 when he was impeached by a PDP dominated house of assembly on frivolous charges. The court overturned the impeachment and he returned to office on 14 June 2007 and served out his four years term. He was re-elected for second term in February 2010.
He studied Philosophy at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He he attended world class universities like Harvard, Columbia, Oxford and London School of economics and Kellogg School of Management for executive programmes and management courses.