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Obi’s presidency will return Nigeria to Stone Age — APC

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Peter Obi, presidential candidate of the Labour Party

The Northwest youth leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Abdulhamid Umar Mohd Oscar has urged Nigerians not to waste their votes for the Labour Party(LP) presidential candidate Peter Obi.

He said Obi has nothing tangible to offer the country.

Oscar, in a statement, said Obi has not stated clearly how he will improve on the current administration’s strides in creating jobs and employing more youths “except churning out fictitious figures to backup his ignorance when asked what he is offerimg nigerians as president.”

He said Obi will return Nigeria to stone age with his half-baked policies.

According to Oscar: “Obi is not in tune with reality in the country. And we don’t want an experimental presidency, we want a leader with practical experience and track records to govern Nigeria.”

Unlike the APC presidential candidate, Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu who reeled out his past achievements for everyone to see, the APC youth leader challenged Obi to list his achievements as “Governor for 8 years in Anambra State before he can even be taken serious.”

He said Tinubu has better qualification, exposure and know-how to lead the country and his ideas to are rock solid.

“We can imagine him replicating his achievements on Lagos in just 10 States should he emerge as president; I believe Nigeria will transcend into comity of nations deciding in the world.”

According to Oscar, “Just some few days ago, Obi was in Lagos to unveil the seven economic master plans his administration will concentrate on, if he emerges the winner of the 2023 election, but one thing he failed to do was to commend Asiwaju’s previous achievements.

“He said his government will encourage massive production centre growth for food security, ensure effective legal and institutional reforms and expand physical infrastructure, but his shows that his Next Cash and Carry Super market import finished goods into the country.

“We are of the believe that Obi has not created employment for teaming youths in the countryas he invests in importation of finished goods into Nigeria.

“Obi in his Seven point agenda said he will immediately embark on aggressive development of human capital, provide foreign policy to restore Nigeria’s relevance, stimulate industrial revolution, grow foreign reserves and security to lives and property, yet his business partakes in devaluing our currency as he has established factory that produces what Nigerians can consume.”

“From the aforementioned, it is clear that Obi will bring Nigeria to it knees and return it back to the stone age if he is allowed to govern this country. In a nutshell, we do not want someone who can’t replicate his achievements as Governor to rule Nigeria.”

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