BREAKING 18 Governors, ex-leaders behind Peter Obi – Ohanaeze. According to Ohanaeze Ndigbo, there are about 18 currently serving governors that support Mr. Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party.
This information was disclosed in a statement that Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, the Secretary-General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide, made accessible to DAILY POST on Wednesday.
He said that in addition to the anonymous governors, some former national leaders were also in favor of Obi’s candidacy.
He said that the governors represented a cross-section of political ideologies and said that the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and other political parties were already wary of the development.
While praising the bravery and tenacity of Nigerians who are demonstrating in favor of Peter Obi around the nation, Ohanaeze advised that the momentum be maintained.
“This is a movement to rid Nigeria of the corrupt, avaricious, and self-serving politicians of the past.
It is a movement to save the nation from hardship, a downturn in the economy, the ASUU strike, insecurity, and corruption.
Nigerians have shown a willingness to retake their nation through the ballot box, and it is the INEC’s responsibility to ensure that the votes are counted, he added.
“The PDP’s Atiku Abubakar and others are startled by the soaring popularity of the Labour Party’s Presidential candidate, Mr. Peter Obi, especially after the Obidients’ Independence Day rallies across the country cutting across ethnicity and religious lines,” the Ohanaeze scribe wrote in a review of the “Obidients” rally held across the nation. The enormous audience swept the nation’s cities off their feet.
About 18 governors from the North and the South are building up the foundations for Obi to win the 2023 election as we speak, working across party lines. Additionally, a few previous presidents and wise persons endorse Obi’s candidacy.
They are all of the opinion that Obi stands out from the other contenders.
“We are pleased that Nigerians are uniting for the first time in recent memory to overthrow the misgovernance in Aso Rock. They are committed to using the third force presidency to enact political change.
For the first time, a powerful political movement in Nigeria is being led by the people rather than being supported by politicians.