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  • Updated: January 25, 2023

Obi Campaigns In Gombe, Describes North As Untapped Jewel 

Obi Campaigns In Gombe, Describes North As Untapped Jewel 

Peter Obi

The Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi on Wednesday promised to tap into the untapped resources of Northern Nigeria if he became president.

Obi while addressing a mammoth crowd during different town hall meetings of Women and youths in the state said that his team has identified the vast arable land in the North as an untapped jewel that will make Nigeria a productive country and end the current status of consumption and poverty.

 “The vast arable land of the North is a new vista that must be opened up to serve Nigeria and Africa," he said.

Obi said that he and his running mate Datti Ahmed has the vigor and the vitality to perform, noting that they have clear records of achievements in public and private places.

He promised to  invest heavily in education and healthcare because the two are needed to develop and tap the potentials of human capital for growth and development.

Speaking to the women, Obi assured them that their children must go back to school as he and Datti will do everything to secure the country and the people will live well again.

“Nigerians want security, we cannot do anything unless we have a secure Nigeria. Nigerian children must not be out of school."

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