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Peter Obi- Don’t Hand Over Nigeria To People Who Can’t Stand For 30 Minutes 

Mr. Peter Obi, the Labour Party Presidential candidate says, Nigeria is sick and should not be handed over to a sick person. Peter Obi, the Presidential candidate of the Labour Party has urged Nigerians not to hand over the administration of the country to people who are physically unfit to lead the country. He literally said that the country is sick and thereby it should be given to a good and trusted leader, one who has the heart of Nigeria at heart and above all, one who is God-fearing.

Speaking at his alma mater, the University of Nigeria (UNN), Nsukka, Enugu State on Thursday, January 12, 2023, the LP presidential candidate urged Nigerians not to vote for any presidential candidate who cannot stand for 30 minutes.

Obi said: “This country is sick and should not be handed over to a sick person.

“I am not saying that anyone is sick. We have been here for over two hours, we don’t want people who can’t stand for 30 minutes. In the United States during elections, they go for debates; somebody once asked Barack Obama questions that are personal and he answered.

In his speech, Obi also took a dig at Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) saying it’s important not to vote for someone whose real age, name, and schoolmates are unknown. He said, “But here in Nigeria, somebody wants to contest an election, we don’t know his real age, we don’t know his name, we don’t know the schools he attended. Nobody knows his real identity and he is pushing to lead everybody.

“My name is Peter Obi, I can say I went to CKC, went to the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Both the VC today, and the DVC today, these are my schoolmates. We came to university the same year and left the same year. “The people I went to school with, I can see them here today; my seniors and my juniors. How come we now have people who do not have classmates. This is very important”. He, therefore, advised Nigerians to look out for character and trust in the 2023 general election to avoid plunging the country into “further mess”.

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