In his manifesto, Peter Obi, the running mate of Atiku Abubakar in the 2019 presidential elections, has pledged to be the “Ekwueme of the people, by the people and for the people”. Obi, who is from Anambra state, said he would ensure that power is devolved to the people and that they have a say in how their lives are run. He also promised to tackle corruption and insecurity, and to grow the economy.
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Introducing Peter Obi
In his Manifesto, Peter Obi lays out his vision for a better Nigeria. He advocates for a nation that is Ekwueme of the people, by the people and for the people.
Obi believes that the current government has lost touch with the people and only looks out for their own interests. He promises to change this if he is elected president.
He also talks about how he will tackle corruption, which he sees as the root cause of many of Nigeria’s problems. Obi pledges to be a transparent and accountable leader who will serve the people with integrity.
If you’re looking for a leader who understands the struggles of ordinary Nigerians and is committed to making positive changes, then Peter Obi is your man.
Peter Obi’s Manifesto
In his manifesto, Peter Obi lays out his vision for Nigeria – a country that is Ekwueme of the people, by the people and for the people. He proposes a new way forward for Nigeria, one that is built on the principles of democracy, justice and equality.
Obi believes that Nigeria can be a great country if its leaders put the people first. He argues that the current crop of leaders are more interested in lining their own pockets than in serving the people. He promises to end corruption and nepotism if he is elected president.
He also pledges to improve Nigeria’s infrastructure, create jobs and provide quality education for all Nigerians. Lastly, he calls for an end to tribalism and division in Nigeria, saying that we are all one people regardless of our ethnicity or religion.
The Ekwueme of the people
The Ekwueme is a traditional title of the Igbo people of Nigeria. It is also the name of a political party founded by Dr. Alex Ekwueme, the former Vice President of Nigeria. The party’s slogan is “Ekwueme of the people, by the people and for the people.”
The Ekwueme believe in democracy, social justice, and equality for all Nigerians. They are committed to fighting corruption and ensuring that everyone has a voice in their government. The party also supports economic development and increased opportunities for all Nigerians.
The Ekwueme have a strong base of support among the Igbo people, but they are also popular with other ethnic groups in Nigeria. They are one of the leading opposition parties in Nigeria and have a strong chance of winning the next presidential election.
By the people
In his manifesto, Peter Obi lays out a clear and concise vision for the people of Nigeria. He believes that the government should be of the people, by the people, and for the people. He promises to put the people first in all decision making, and to always act in their best interests. He also vows to tackle corruption head on, and to make Nigeria a safe and prosperous country for all.
For the people
In his manifesto, Peter Obi lays out his vision for a Nigeria that is Ekwueme of the people, by the people and for the people. He pledges to put the people first in all that he does, and to work tirelessly on their behalf. He also promises to be a unifying force, bringing Nigerians together to work towards a common goal. His ultimate aim is to make Nigeria a prosperous and equitable society for all.
In conclusion, Peter Obi’s manifesto is a carefully thought-out document that should be commended. It is clear that he has the best interests of the people at heart and he has put together a plan that could potentially transform Nigeria for the better. His passion for his country and its people is evident in every word of his manifesto and I sincerely hope that he is given the opportunity to lead Nigeria forward.