The presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Mr. Peter Obi, has explained that his trip abroad is to enable him interact with Nigerians in Diaspora who are eager to make their own contributions to the mission of rebuilding the country. THIS DAY reports.
In a statement by the Obi-Datti Media Office on Friday, Obi said his trip was in response to numerous invitations from Nigerians in Diaspora. Information Guide Nigeria
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The media office said it had received many calls from numerous members of the Nigerians in Diaspora seeking to know and to follow the itinerary of the presidential candidate’s one-week tour of some foreign countries.
According to it, the LP candidate’s tour is a response to numerous invitations from Nigerians in Diaspora who are seeking to make their own contributions to the mission of rebuilding the country. jamb results
The statement said: “Obi, who believes very strongly that Diasporas are critical to the future of moving Nigeria forward, said he intends to make such consultations abroad regularly in the course of the campaigns.
“Obi, who is excited about the trip, said he is anxious because Diasporas who are leaving in a good system have a lot to impact for the challenges ahead.
“I need to tap their brains on the task ahead. They are all as anxious as all of us for a better Nigeria in our lifetime. I am excited to meet them all.”
The media office further said: “Obi’s messages ahead of 2023 which resonate with Nigerians, especially youths, who are turning it into a political movement, has attracted the attention of Nigerians and indeed Africans in Diaspora who want to share in his vision and invited him to come over for various conferences, meetings, and interviews.”
Obi is expected to conclude his visit on Sunday.