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‘Nigeria Still Faces Challenges Caused By Successive Leadership Failures, Yet The Situation Is Not Entirely Hopeless’ – Peter Obi

The Oasis Reporters

October 2, 2023





Peter Obi in Kebbi.

As we mark 63 years of our nationhood, I wish to encourage Nigerians not to despair over the agonizing situation in the country, but to remain resolute and hopeful that a new Nigeria is still POssible.
Oct 1, 2023.


Peter Obi with Olu of Warri, Ogiame Atuwatse.

Unfortunately, at 63, Nigeria is still faced with so many sad realities that continue to keep the nation on the path of retrogression. It’s also saddening that there is hardly any sector of our national existence that commands celebration 63 years after Independence.

The challenges we face today as a nation are occasioned by the successive failure of leadership. Notwithstanding the grave uncertainties and hardships the people are experiencing, the situation is still not hopeless.

In Ogun State

Nigeria has the right combination of human and natural resources to achieve political, economic, and social growth, and be able to live true to its name as the giant of Africa. We only need to gain independence from the evils that have continued to hold us down as a nation if we want to move forward.

From the vast fertile lands of Northern Nigeria to the commercial and industrial settlements of Southern Nigeria, we have the right combination of human and natural resources needed to move our nation forward and enable us to transition from a consumption economy to a production economy which will benefit every Nigerian, irrespective of tribe, religion or political affiliation.

Peter Obi, Dr. Chimamanda Adichie. Tribune online

With ethical and responsible leadership, Nigeria will claim its position among the progressive nations of the world.

Peter Obi was in Bornu State in the north east, where you may not know that huge love exists.
Peter Obi was also with the Sultan of Sokoto.

Our struggle for a better and New Nigeria is to ensure that every Nigerian benefits from the nation while contributing productively towards national development, as every Nigerian is an equal stakeholder in the nation.

Peter Obi..bowing before the Gbong Gwom, Jos during the campaigns.

I wish every Nigerian a productive Independence Day Celebration, and I urge everyone to remain committed to the progress of our dear nation. -PO

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