The presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Mr Peter Obi, was on Monday in Delta State for his campaign, where he urged voters in the country not to vote based on religion or ethnicity.
Responding to questions at the town hall meeting/presidential rally, at Effurun, Uvwie LGA of Delta State, he said, “No tribe buys bread cheaper. No religion buys bread cheaper. Vote for commitment and capacity.
“We are not going to give excuses. I am not going to remind you of where you’re coming from or blame people where they failed. I’m assuring you that a new Nigeria is possible.”
A member of the Obi-Datti PCC, Aisha Yesufu, urged the people to obtain their Permanent Voter’s Cards (PVCs) to enable them to vote for Obi.
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The human rights activist, however, warned that the people would hold him to account should he mess up after being elected into office as president.
The national chairman of the party, Julius Abure, in his remarks, said the Nigerian economy is not working, adding that, “insecurity is ravaging the country. The country is deteriorating.”
Meanwhile, Obi is expected in Anambra State for a mega presidential rally.
From Meluwa Kelvin (Asaba) & Titus Eleweke (Awka)