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There would be no IDP camps in Nigeria if am President — Peter Obi –

Labor Party (LP) presidential candidate Peter Obi has pledged that if he is elected as Nigeria’s next president, there will be no internally displaced person (IDP) camps anywhere in the country.

Obi added that he will confront the challenges of insecurity plaguing the country head-on and safely protect the lives and property of citizens.

He further stated that his stewardship at the Center will ensure that Nigeria produces enough food in the country to feed its citizens across the country, emphasizing that Nigeria has arable land and human resources and other gods endowed with the potential to feed its large population.

Obi, who attended a presidential campaign rally at Minnabolo Stadium in the Niger state capital on Thursday, declared that fighting insecurity would be his top priority as executive president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and commander-in-chief of the armed forces.

“We will make sure that no one will be a refugee in this country. There will be no IDPs or IDP camps. No one will be killed in his country. We will do everything we can to make sure that this madness and the loss of life and numbers The destruction of millions of properties is over. We will not risk it.

“We’re going to fight insecurity to a standstill. Those criminals, those terrorists are no more terrifying than the government. When we go in, we’re going to make sure they don’t have a chance to operate. On that front, I can assure you, you don’t will find what we want,” Obi assured.

Further talking about the self-sufficiency of the country, the LP’s presidential candidate stated that Nigeria is an agricultural country and the food revolution will start in Niger state as the food basket of the country and will spread to other states of the federation.

“We will use the example of Niger State to show that Nigeria can feed itself. We assure you that all the dead cottage industries across the state will be brought back to life.”

The LP presidential candidate further stated that he would wage war on the ongoing blackouts and unemployment among youth and women.

Peter Obi’s running mate, Senator Yusuf Dati Baba-Ahmed, said in his speech that by electing Peter Obi as Nigeria’s next president, voters will choose their own saying, “We Should not be swayed by showing off money “politics and promises without guarantees”.

Courtesy call on Minna Emir Alhaji (Dr.) Omar Farouk Bahago, shortly after Peter Obi held a campaign rally at the Polo Stadium near Old Airport Road/Sector 123 in Minna and visited Niger State, And a town hall meeting was held in which his wife addressed women at the Minnalebokoutiji International Conference Center, across from Minna Government House, the state’s center of power.

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