… Declares movement for Peter Obi as rallying point
The President of the Initiative for the Rapid Development of Nigeria (IRDN), Dr. Basil Nwolisa has said that reclaiming Nigeria from “clueless, rudderless and pathologically corrupt” politicians is possible.
Nwolisa who made this declaration at a meeting he held with some Peter Obi Support Group members in Lagos on Tuesday also said that the mass movement for the Labour Party presidential candidate, Mr. Peter Obi was the rallying point to achieving that.
He, however, warned that the only way Nigerians could reclaim the country from those who had held it down for many years was by arming themselves with their Permanent Voter card (PVC) without which, the rescue Nigeria project would remain a mirage.
The IRDN President urged Nigerians who were 18 years and above, who were yet to procure their PVCs to visit the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) portal to register and obtain their PVCs to vote for Mr. Peter Obi as Nigeria’s President come 2023 in order to rescue Nigeria from imminent collapse.
Nwolisa further admonished Nigerians not to lose hope in the country’s electoral process as according to him, it was not going to be business as usual in the 2023 general elections.
He posited that with the electoral reforms made by the National Assembly and recently signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari, it would be practically impossible for those “criminal elements” to rig themselves to power in the coming elections.
He, therefore, urged Nigerians to support the Labour Party presidential candidate, Mr. Peter Obi for a Nigeria of their dream and a Nigeria that would work for them and their unborn children.
The Initiative for the Rapid Development of Nigeria is an umbrella body for the Southern, Middle Belt and Northern minorities.
Photo: Dr. Basil Nwolisa, President, IRDN.
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