2023 Presidency: The Sacrifice And Loyalty Of The Youths Surprises Me – Peter Obi

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As the general 2023 Presidential election set to kick-off in the next few months in Nigeria and the commencement of the Presidential campaign, the former governor of Anambra State and Presidential candidate of the Labour Party, LP, Peter Gregory Obi while speaking during an exclusive interview with the TRUST TV, has shared his view regarding the support he has being receiving so far from some youths in the country.

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While appearing in an exclusive interview session on TRUST TV, the one time governor of Anambra State and flag-bearer of the Labour Party, LP, Peter Gregory Obi was asked if he was surprised by the kind of reception he has received from youths in the country, especially from those who have now labeled themselves as “OBIDIENTS”.

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While responding to this question, Peter Obi noted that he was quite shocked by the kind of loyalty he has been receiving from many Nigerians, especially the youths, coupled with the sacrifices they have made to see that his mandate comes to reality.

Further speaking, Peter Obi urged the youths not to relent in their activities and show support up until after the elections.

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According to his words, Peter Obi said, “Yes, I am quite surprised about, one, the loyalty, and especially their sacrifices. I am pleading with them to carry it to the end. I am assuring them that their sacrifices will not be in vain”.

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