Presidency: Group Insists Peter Obi Will Bring The Desired Change In Nigeria

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By Princely Onyenwe, Abuja

Ahead of the forthcoming 2023 general election, a group under the auspices of Nigerian-American Coalition for Justice and Democracy, Inc (NACJD) based in the United States of America has proferred ways to bring to an end the incessant calls for referendum and secession especially in the South Eastern States in the recent time as reported by Chikere Martins.

NACJD, a Washington, DC. based research and Good Governance Advocacy non-profit organization in the United States which lobbies the US Government, the Congress and the policy making community to influence US policies on Nigeria disclosed this in a press statement made available to Newsmen by the Chairman of the Association, Prof. Eddy Oparaoji over the weekend.

According to the group “Nigeria has continued to run behind every other nation in the world that got her independence in 1960 in every development index

“Today, Nigeria is better known and described as a Nation in crisis, sitting on gun powder -waiting to implode and explode. From economic downturn, massive poverty, high
unemployment, acute insecurity and growing calls for referendums, secession and wanton
destruction of lives and property around the country”

The group reiterated that no other time since 1960 has provided a greater opportunity for national redemption than
the forthcoming 2023 general elections and that the Presidential flagbearer of Labour Party Mr Peter Obi will bring a unique mix and a powerful choice among all presidential contenders.

The Nigerian-American Coalition for Justice and Democracy (NACJD) called on all Nigerians to give Mr. Peter Obi’s Presidential aspiration a good look stressing that the former Anambra State Governor, Mr. Obi brought probity, effectiveness, efficiency and unusual political leadership while in office, a combination of qualities the group described as rare in the Nigerian political space.

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