“No Other State In This Country Can Say They Were Able To Fix Education Like We Did In Anambra” – Peter Obi

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The Former Presidential Candidate of the Labour Party in 2023 election, Mr Peter Obi has alleged that the education reforms undertaken in Anambra state under his tenure as governor set a precedent that is unmatched by any other state within the Nation. 

He revealed that despite initial doubts about the feasibility of procuring computers on a large scale for schools, his administration proceeded with the purchase of 30,000 complete sets from HP. He noted that every secondary school in Anambra was equipped with essential infrastructure including boreholes, computers, vehicles, and generators. He further argued that the outcomes of these initiatives are evident in the modernized infrastructure, empowered teaching staff, and enhanced learning environments throughout the state. 

The Candidate of the Labour Party, Mr Peter Obi in the 2023 election campaign attracted young people and urban voters who were fed up with Nigerian politics. He won the most votes in the commercial hub of Lagos State, where Africa’s biggest city is located. Obi of the Labour Party got 582,454 just slightly ahead of Bola Ahmed Tinubu. 

He said in a press conference reported by AIT, ”When I became governor in Anambra state, I know the state of the schools. When l left, every secondary school in Anambra had boreholes, computers, vehicles, and generators. 

No other state in this country can say they were able to fix education like we did in Anambra. When we ordered computers from HP, they told us no government can afford this. But we bought them at a go. 30,000 complete sets for our various schools. We were able to train our teachers and everything. And the result is what you see today.”


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