- Peter has stated that Nigerians should not expect him to solve all problems if he is elected president in 2023.
- However, the former Anambra state governor and Labor Party presidential candidate vowed to be an effective communicator
- Meanwhile, Obi asked Nigerians not to worry about their manifestos because the country is not short of written documents.
In what many people will describe as a frank statement, Labor Party presidential candidate Peter Obi has stated that if he is elected, Nigerians should not expect him to solve all their problems.
However, he promised to be an effective communicator.
Obi revealed this as a guest at the Publishers Forum, organized to deepen democracy by the Nigerian Publishers Guild (NGE) in Ikeja Lagos, reports The News Agency of Nigeria.
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“I don’t promise you that I will make everything right or solve all of Nigeria’s problems. But in those situations where I can’t provide a quick response or it challenges my solution process, I will tell Nigerians because what causes breach of trust and misunderstandings is when a leader doesn’t communicate with the people.”
Going further, addressing the issue of not having their manifesto in digital or printed format, the former governor of Anambra State asked Nigerians not to worry because the country does not lack written documents.
“How to solve our problems is the issue because we have always lacked implementation. Before I was Governor of Anambra State, there were committees, councils and commissions on educational reforms in primary and secondary schools. While all recommended that the mission schools be returned to the missions, no government implemented it. But it was me, without any cumbersome process, that made it possible. We need implementation, not volumes of documents that will not be used in the end. Simple.”
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