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2019!!! PDP’s Peter Obi Delivers The Worst Message, Ahead Of The Presidential Election

Peter Obi, the running mate of Atiku Abubakar, the Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, for the 2019 general elections, has said that the country will collapse, if President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress,k APC, is re-elected.

Obi stated this while speaking with Journalists, on a roadshow, in Awka, Anambra State.

The Vice Presidential Candidate of the PDP, reportedly said that the election is about “the future of our children”, adding that, the government of the APC does not have the capacity to govern the country.

“We are on a roadshow, trying to send our message to Nigerians. We are telling them that the election is about the future of our children”, Obi said.

“We are encouraged by our endorsement everywhere, not only in the South-East, because the people have seen the reality of the moment.

“They have seen that the present government does not have the capacity to govern Nigeria.

“They have seen that this country will collapse under Buhari, if allowed to continue. We have a country that is collapsing; so, everybody should be part of this endorsement.”

According to him, Nigeria is the third most insecure country in the world.

“We have a situation where we record growing insecurity daily. We have now moved from number seven to number three insecure country in the world, after Afghanistan and Iraq”, Obi said.

“This should worry everybody.”


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