He lamented the high rate of insecurity and poverty, and vowed to address those challenges.

He said the party had announced a new CEO of the Presidential Campaign Council, Mr. Akin Osuntokun, to replace Dr Doyin Okupewho was convicted by a court, adding that a new Nigeria was possible.

“Today, Nigerians live in camps for internally displaced persons in their country. This means that they are internally displaced in their own country, and we have been getting a lot of bad news from all around.

“There are so many cases of kidnappings and murders all over the country. Our party has also been attacked on several occasions; our lady woman was attacked and killed in Kaduna. The same thing happened with our party member who showed up at Imo. We can’t go on like this.

“These are the country’s problems that we need to address as soon as possible, where Nigerians can be safe in their own country. We will make it if we are voted into power in 2023 by the grace of God.” Obi said.

About the youngsters, Obi said that they were energetic and talented, adding that they could compete with other youngsters globally and beat them squarely.

According to the candidate, an individual cannot be rich in a poor environment, stressing that as long as Nigerians suffer, the problems need to be addressed.

“However, there is a need for Nigerians to take back their country and free themselves from oppression and further poverty.

“What we are trying to do with the structure is to restructure the structure that created the poverty. So, our structure is the volunteers who want to recover their country.

“It will be driven by all of you, and if you don’t, remember your children, yourselves and the future.

“The society we are building today will be better for all of us tomorrow,” Obi said.