Vote For Your Children’s Future, Not Money – Obi Tells Delegates
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EKO HOT BLOG reports that the People Democratic Presidential Aspirant and former Governor of Anambra state, Peter Obi, has appealed to the party’s delegates to vote wisely during the upcoming national convention.
Obi urged them to be guided by their conscience and vote in the interest of the country’s future and that of their children.
He spoke on Monday in Awka, when he met with prospective delegates from Anambra.
According to him, monetary consideration should not be the major factor in chosing the party’s presidential candidate.
He explained that he opted to end his national consultation in Anambra after visiting all 36 PDP chapters and Abuja to exhibit his devotion to the cause.
Obi stated that his experience from the tour had strengthened his resolve to seek an opportunity to steer the ship of the country.
He likened the ship to the “titanic, which was sinking while those on top were making merry”.
“For the sake of your children and future of Nigeria vote wisely. Don’t hurt the future of your children.
“Do you want to collect money and bequeath a society of hopelessness, kidnapping, banditry and poverty to future generations?
“Is that the society you want for your children?
“Remember, you can’t transfer your delegate status to your children, this is an opportunity for you to decide.
“I am competent, I am committed and I have the capacity to turn this country around, please give me your votes,” Obi said.
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He noted that he saw opportunities across the regions of the country during his tour.
“I concluded that it is unacceptable for the country to possess such huge human, arable land and natural resources and still have over 100 million people living in poverty”, Obi added.
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