Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s presidential candidate, has urged Nigerians to vote according to character rather than ethnicity ahead of the general elections.

This was said by Obi on Saturday in Akure during a town hall gathering to solicit support from Ondo State residents for the election on February 25.

He said that if he and his running mate, Ahmed Datti, were elected president, Nigerians would feel secure and proud of their nation since they were people with traceable past.

Obi, who claimed to be but not corrupt, was able to save the people of Anambra State while serving as governor.

“They said that I’m stingy, we want stingy people now so that we can keep the money. We want to make sure we use your money to transform the country.

“Don’t vote for tribe, if they say it is their turn, tell them it is your turn to take back the country. We are ready to save the country.

“This election is about character. You know our background, the school we went to, we don’t know their age,” he said.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *