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The presidential candidate of the Labour Party for the 2023 presidential election, Peter Obi, has urged Nigerian youths not to leave the country in search of greener pastures.
The Eastern Updates reports that shortly after Bola Tinubu was declared winner of Saturday’s presidential election, some Nigerian youths expressed interest in leaving the country.
When asked for his advice to youths who are demoralised and intend to leave, Peter Obi, while addressing the nation, said: ‘I see people telling me they want to leave the country―stay in Nigeria. I will stay with you.’
Obi assured Nigerian youths that the Labour Party will overcome and reclaim its mandate.
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‘I assure you, we will overcome,’ he said.
The Eastern Updates reports that
Obi had declared that he actually won the 2023 presidential election and will fight to reclaim his mandate.
According to him, his mandate was stolen by people who Nigerians are supposed to be looking up to which he can only retrieve in a court of law.
Obi made this assertion while speaking on Thursday afternoon during his first media briefing since after Saturday’s presidential and National Assembly elections.
He said, ‘We’ll explore all legal options to retrieve our mandate. We won the election. I’m fully committed to a better future for the country and nothing can stop that.’
‘For the election on Saturday go out there and vote. I’ll be part of it, I assure you’.
Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party for the 2023 presidential election has urged Nigerian youths not to leave the country in search of greener pastures.