By Bala Yahaya, Minna
Presidential candidate of Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi, has been described as a detribalised Nigerian and someone bent on turning the most populous black nation around if elected president next month.
Head of Intervention Mission in Peter Obi Campaign Council, Dr. Ifedi Okwenna, made the submission during an interactive session with traders, community and religious leaders, as well youth groups in Minna, Niger State, at the weekend.
He said their return to the state a week after flag-off of campaign was to engage supporters on Obi’s vision for new ideas to address the nation’s numerous problems.
Ifedi assured the people that his principal could be trusted to deliver on his promises. He said: “We are sure that our candidate has been accepted 100 per cent by Niger people.
“Obi has promised to carry every Nigerian along in this onerous project, irrespective of religion, tribe and political affiliation, to restore glory of Nigeria if elected the next president.”
Source: The Guardian