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At Chatham House, Obi Vows To Destroy "Structure Holding Nigerians Captive"

Published by Nairaland on Tue, 17 Jan 2023

<i>Promises to tackle devastating poverty in north <br><br>Maintains ethnic agitations products of failed leadership<br></i><br><blockquote>The presidential candidate of Labour Party, Peter Obi, yesterday said Nigerias Presidency with him and his running mate, <b>Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed, in charge would dismantle inefficiency and eliminate transactional policies that breed corruption in government.</b><br><br>He once more appealed to Nigerians to give him the opportunity to set the country on the path of progress and unity.<br><br>The former Anambra State Governor, who spoke at Chatham House in the United Kingdom, also hinted on how he would address the high level of poverty in country, especially northern part of the country where it is more prevalent.<br>Fielding questions from Nigerians at the session, Obi said equity, justice and fairness would solve the problem of agitations in the country, noting that his administration would prioritise securing Nigeria by first engaging all aggrieved groups in the country for talks.<br><br>He noted that improving security, agriculture and education would be some of his top targets for the region.<br><br>He said: <b>Nothing is more powerful than an idea whose time has come. I am asking you to give us an opportunity to have a better Nigeria.</b><br>The LP presidential candidate also vowed to increase Nigerias electricity generation and distribution capacity by declaring war on the power sector if elected president next month.<br><br>He said: <b>We are going to turn around the power sector. Nigeria today generates about 5,000 megawatts for 200 million people and South Africa, the second biggest in terms of economy on the continent, 60 million people, generates over 40,000 megawatts, yet, they have declared an emergency in the power sector.<br>If a country with 60 million population generating over 40,000MW is declaring emergency on power, what do you think somebody with 200 million people generating between 5,000MW and 6,000MW will do' I am going to declare war on power and I will solve it. Anybody who stands on the way, so be it.</b></blockquote><a rel=ugc href="https://www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2023/01/17/at-chatham-house-obi-vows-to-destroy-structure-holding-nigerians-captive/">https://www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2023/01/17/at-chatham-house-obi-vows-to-destroy-structure-holding-nigerians-captive/</a>
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