- Labour Party presidential candidate Peter Obi has promised Nigerians that he would do everything to rebuild the country if elected
- According to the former Anambra state governor, Nigeria currently work for few people but he is ready to change the story
- Going further, Obi noted that Nigerians must be able to dwell securely and safely irrespective of where they live
Peter Obi, presidential candidate of the Labour Party, has vowed to build a Nigeria that will work for all the people.
Obi made this vow in a short post on his verified Twitter handle on Sunday.
The Labour Party presidential candidate, who expressed concern that Nigeria only works a small minority, stressed that the country must work for all its citizens.
Obi noted that Nigerians must be able to dwell securely and safely irrespective of where they live.
“There is Nigeria, But there are no Nigerians. Currently, Nigeria works for a small minority of people; Nigeria must work for ALL Nigerians. Nigerians must be able to dwell securely and in safety wherever they live. This is the first duty of government. This makes security a top priority for me.”
Peter Obi reveals why he is not paying tax in Nigeria, kept his wealth abroad
Peter Obi, Presidential candidate of the Labour Party has revealed why he kept his wealth in tax haven abroad.
Obi also revealed that he can only pay tax in the country where he has businesses. He added that he has assets and investments in the UK and as such, can only pay tax there.
The former Anambra said there is no law that ask him not to keep the money he made before becoming governor anywhere.
Why Nigeria qualifies as a failed state, Peter Obi gives reasons
The presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, has declared Nigeria as a failed state.
The former Anambra state governor said this in an interview with Daily Trust. According to Peter Obi, the country meets the two ingredients of a failed state.
Going further, Obi said good leadership should be able to identify the major problems facing the country and solving it.