Peter Obi, the Labor Party’s presidential candidate in the 2023 election, has unveiled his agenda to revive epileptic power in Nigeria
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The former governor of Anambra State has revealed that he is the only former governor of Nigeria to leave office without owing a pension or tips.
He said this while speaking at Chatham House, a research institute in the UK, where he revealed his unique plans for Nigeria if he is elected president.
Obi said he and his team are trying to destroy the crime structure, noting that “big shots who sell generators” would be treated seriously.
The former governor of Anambra denounced that Nigeria today generates some 60,000 megawatts of electricity for 200 million people.
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“I’m going to declare war on power and solve the problem. Anyone who stands in the way, so be it.”
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However, it is pertinent to note that, like Peter Obi, other presidential candidates in the 2023 election have also promised to restore electricity to Nigeria so that businesses can prosper.
Furthermore, Obi’s position on the presumed big boys selling generators to be dealt with is ambiguous as generator sellers cannot be determined to be the cause of epileptic power supply in Nigeria.