2023: Uyo residents hold solidarity rally for Peter Obi

01/10/2022 3:36:00 PM

2023: Uyo residents hold solidarity rally for Peter Obi

2023: Uyo residents hold solidarity rally for Peter Obi

Several youths carried placards indicating that they have taken a decision to support Mr Obi in next year’s presidential election.

“Woah, woah, woah! It’s unbelievable,” Anthony Abonyi, the coordinator of Peter Obi Support Group, said of the crowd and the mood, as he marched along with others.Two unidentified youths expressing political support for Peter Obi at Saturday’s rally in Uyo

“The movement is revolutionary. It’s unbelievable. Obi is already the president,” Mr Abonyi said.He said for such a large crowd to voluntarily take part in the rally is a pointer that Nigerians are tired of bad governance.READ ALSO:Nigerian university students appeal to ASUU to call off strike

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“Obi! Obi! Obi!” They crowd sang, as they marched on.He said this in a statement issued on Saturday to mark Nigeria’s 62nd independence anniversary.Emameh Gabriel in Abuja The presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Mr.Share on Telegram The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) said political parties in Nigeria are not allowed to receive campaign and electioneering donations from abroad.

“Woah, woah, woah! It’s unbelievable,” Anthony Abonyi, the coordinator of Peter Obi Support Group, said of the crowd and the mood, as he marched along with others. Two unidentified youths expressing political support for Peter Obi at Saturday’s rally in Uyo “The movement is revolutionary. “The catalogue of our national malaise are legion, and range from intermittent collapse of our national power grid; our universities remaining shut for 8 months; soaring inflation rate, extreme poverty; insecurity and visceral violence resulting in mindless bloodletting. It’s unbelievable. Obi, who stated this in his Independence Day Message to Nigerians, said that at 62 Nigeria continues to struggle under the weight of corruption, bad governance, insecurity, worsening economy, abuse of office and all manner of ills. Obi is already the president,” Mr Abonyi said. Nigeria bleeds literarily and figuratively,” the statement reads. He said for such a large crowd to voluntarily take part in the rally is a pointer that Nigerians are tired of bad governance. He explained that “a political party cannot open an account and have monies remitted into that particular account outside the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

READ ALSO: Nigerian university students appeal to ASUU to call off strike “Nigerians are tired. Rather, they represent overarching national interest concerns that must give us pause. “The time has come for Nigerians to rescue their country from the clutches of failure, rascality and corruption that have held it down for long. They are tired of bad governance. We are tired of everything that has to do with the PDP and the APC, there must be a change. “As a nation and people, we cannot lose hope or give up. There must be a change. The coming election in 2023 should be strictly based on competence, character and integrity for us to make progress in the country,” he said. Yes, everybody is desirous of that change. We can easily overcome them when there is a purposeful and transformative leadership in place; one that will not makes excuses and will not be indifferent to the rule of law, equity and justice. While Obi of the Labour Party announced a website for donations, Sowore tweeted account details where his supporters can fund his campaign and help his election to be Nigeria’s president after the February 2023 election.

” Mr Abonyi said the rally is a way of letting the “government know that Nigerians are tired of bad governance”. The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has been the dominant party in Akwa Ibom State since Nigeria returned to democratic rule in 1999. But we must seize the moment. Fellow Nigerians, let us take back our nation and build a better society for ourselves and our children. It is, however, unclear for now what impact the support for the LP candidate would likely have on the PDP in the state. . It is our challenge and our duty.