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Hardship: Nigerians Must Unite Beyond Tribe, Religion And Political Affiliations – Obi

Mr Obi said it is hard to go to bed knowing that some Nigerians may be under terror attack due to the high level of insecurity in the country.


 

The Presidential Candidate of the Labour Party (LP) in the last election, Mr Peter Obi has said that the hardship currently being experienced across the nation today, requires that Nigerians set aside all sentiments and work to proffer solutions to the myriads of problems besetting the country.

In a thread of tweets shared to show appreciation for being awarded politician of the year by Leadership Newspapers Group Limited, Mr Obi said considering how much the nation has retrogressed, all Nigerians must rise and join in rescuing the nation from further collapse.

Noting that it is rewarding to see many Nigerians appreciate his political impact, Mr Obi revealed it is difficult to sleep at night, knowing that millions of Nigerian households do not know where their next meal will come from.

He further stated that it is hard to go to bed knowing that some Nigerians may be under terror attack due to the high level of insecurity in the country.

In the light of this, he urged Nigerians to “unite, above tribe, religion, and political party affiliation, rescue our nation free from the shackles of leadership failure and bad governance”, adding that “this generation of Nigerians has a sacred duty to make Nigeria a nation Nigerians can be proud of”.

“This is no time to apportion blames or to hunt for culprits. It is the hour of collective responsibility for national salvation. I dedicate this award to every Nigerian, who not only believes in good governance, but is making sacrifices to ensure that we get it right in our nation.

“I assure us all that our labours for the New Nigeria will not be in vain because it is a land of POssibilities, a place of prosperity, peace and happiness for all our people,” the LP flagbearer buttredded.