Nigeria A Failed Nation, Likened To COVID-19 Patient With Underlying Illness – Peter Obi

Peter Obi


The Vice Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2019 presidential election, Mr. Peter Obi has described Nigeria as a failed nation  because of what he labelled as lack of capacity on the part of the leaders.

He said that when expired people are elected into positions of authority, they won’t know what to do when they get into office.

Speaking at an event in Awka to mark Senator Uche Ekwunife constituency briefing, Obi expressed doubts that Nigeria will recover from the current economic low down, saying that the country has been sick before the advent  of COVID-19.

While equating Nigeria’s economic problems to a COVID-19 patient with underlying illness before the virus, he added, “Like a COVID-19 patient with underlying illness, instead of Nigeria’s problems getting better it is getting worse.

“Nigeria is not working because the leaders have no capacity.

“If expired people are elected they won’t know what to do when they get into office.”

The ex governor of Anambra State said he supported Sen. Ekwunife because of her capacity to attract amenities or snatch them.

“She’s a goal getter”, he stated.

Reeling out her achievements as a senator representing Anambra Central Senatorial Zone, Ekwunife in one year, Ekwunife said she has so far shared educational materials worth N100 million, shared 66 tricycles, rehabilitated schools, provided boreholes, constructed roads in 27 communities and facilitated 129 federal jobs among many other things.

She however challenged people calling  for road construction to note that constituency allowances are limited urging them to send delegation to the State government for that.


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