Peter Obi, the Presidential candidate of the Labour Party, has made a wake-up call to Nigerians to help save the country from suffering.
The statement was made by Obi on Tuesday in Abuja at the publication event for the book, Peter Obi: Many Voices, One Perspective, which examined his life and principles.
Further stating that the upcoming presidential election was “an existential election,” the former governor of Anambra warned that Nigeria could not afford to treat it lightly.
Obi forewarned that the results of an incorrect leadership choice by the country would be unpredictable.
The Labour Party Presidential nominee also canvassed the citizens to give him their votes to enable him to offer the good leadership they desired.
He said, “We urge all of you to support us, especially in these final days, to reach the end of this race. Nigeria has suffered enough. This is a great country that can be turned around. We can’t succeed without your intervention.”
If elected in the forthcoming presidential election, Obi had pledged on Monday to lower the cost of governing.
He announced this on Monday during his speech to the Nigerian Economic Summit Group via his official Twitter account.
He tweeted, “We will work with the CBN to reduce the ‘ways and means’ to what is allowable under the law and for a more transparent and liberalized foreign exchange market.”