In 2012, the number of Nigerians who are poor was about 65M, today it is about 95M – Peter Obi

Speaking further, Mr Peter Obi cautioned Nigerian electorates against voting for politicians who impoverished 95 million Nigerians.

The Labour Party’s Presidential Candidate made this disclosure while speaking at the Support Group Conveners Conference in Abuja, Daily Post reported.

Peter Obi said: “All our country has produced in the last ten years is poverty. In 2012, the number of Nigerians who are poor was about 65 million. Today, it is about 95 million. And those who caused it are asking to be given more years. To do what?”

Furthermore, the Labour Party’s Presidential Candidate asked Nigerians to sack him and his running mate, Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed, if they take the country in the wrong direction by not performing well.

In addition, he asked Nigerians to reject the old political order that brought about poverty and debt, urging them to take ownership of the country from the old political order. He also assured Nigerians of his commitment to the New Nigeria Project.

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