The former Governor of Anambra State and 2023 presidential candidate of Labour Party, Mr Peter Obi has expressed his confidence on over 100 million human structure on which he would leverage to win the 2023 presidential election in Nigeria. The former Governor who noted that his structure would be about human beings on his Twitter handle, highlighted it to include 100 million Nigerians living with poverty, 35 million Nigerians living with hunger.
He further listed the elderly, fathers, mothers, old people, students and members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) as part of his structure. “Whenever I hear of No Structure, my answer to it is simple; the 100 million Nigerians that live in poverty will be the structure,” he said.
Meanwhile, the supporters of the Labour Party presidential aspirant took advantage of the celebration of June 12, Democracy Day to popularize the party with wide circulation of the party’s logo on social media. The presidential candidate had urged them to put the logo on their WhatsApp status, profile picture on their various social media accounts.
“From 6 am today, put this up as your profile photo, WhatsApp status, everywhere. This is how we celebrate our right to vote. This is how we will celebrate democracy,” Peter Obi stated this on Sunday via his verified Twitter account.
However, Peter Obi has stated that 100 million Nigerians that live in poverty will be structured. The former governor of Anambra state and Presidential flag bearer for Labour Party, Peter Obi has revealed his political structure to Nigerians on how he is going to tackle APC and PDP in the forthcoming election. He made this known to the public when he tweeted
“Whenever I hear of No Structure, my answer to it is simple; the 100 million Nigerians that live in poverty will be the structure. The 35 million Nigerians who don’t know where their next meal will come from will be the structure.
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