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Peter Obi, a presidential candidate for the Peoples Democratic Party, has stated that if elected president in the general elections next year, he will reposition Nigeria in less than four years.

Senator Uche Ekwunife organized the Anambra Central Senatorial District Stakeholders’ Briefing/Town Hall Meeting, and Obi stated this in Awka, the state capital.

“Nigeria must create jobs; it must provide people with opportunities to earn a living, and it is not rocket science,” he said. I’ve visited over 30 countries and continue to believe that all Nigeria needs is four years to get back on track,” Obi said.

As president, the former governor of Anambra State promised to address insecurity, the economy, poor electric power supply, and food security, among other issues, in the shortest time possible.

“Who says we can’t have a reliable power supply in this country?” he continued. Egypt increased its power generation and distribution capacity from 28,000 megawatts to 58,000 megawatts between 2016 and today. Vietnam has increased its population from 38 to 76 people.

“What is going on here?” Why are they squandering people’s time by bringing them here? Let us impose conditions on people. I’ll go home if I’m President and we don’t have 20,000 megawatts in three years,” Obi stated.

Senators and other stakeholders in the state-endorsed Obi for president on Wednesday.

They stated that they support Obi’s presidential bid because of his outstanding performance as governor of the state from 2006 to 2014.

Traditional rulers, presidents-general of communities, religious and market leaders, the leadership of organizations, youth leaders, and other stakeholders attended the meeting, which was attended by state and federal lawmakers as well as traditional rulers, presidents-general of communities, religious and market leaders, the leadership of organizations, youth leaders, and other stakeholders from all parties.

Senator Ndi Obi, the event’s chairman, said he was impressed by Peter Obi’s leadership qualities, adding that he had a positive impact on people’s lives.

Senator Obi, who served as President Goodluck Jonathan’s Special Adviser on Inter-Party Affairs, expressed confidence that if given the chance, he could solve Nigeria’s problems.

Chief Chinedu Onwuaso, the representative of the Awka North and South Federal Constituency in the National Assembly moved a motion endorsing Obi for President, which received overwhelming support from the audience.

The event’s chairman, Senator Ndi Obi, said Peter Obi’s leadership qualities impressed him, and that he had a positive impact on people’s lives.

Senator Obi, who served as Special Adviser on Inter-Party Affairs to President Goodluck Jonathan, expressed confidence that if given the chance, he could solve Nigeria’s problems.

In the National Assembly, Chief Chinedu Onwuaso, the representative of the Awka North and South Federal Constituency, moved a motion endorsing Obi for President, which was overwhelmingly supported by the audience.

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