Peter Obi Pledge To Leave Presidency If He Fails To Increase Electricity Power System In Nigeria
The Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi has announced he will step down as President if he fails to increase electricity generation. Mr Obi the people’s choice made this statement during one of his campaigns.
Peter Obi, the LP flag bearer listed countries that had doubled their power supply in a few years. This includes Egypt, which he recently visited some months back.
This vow was made while addressing his supporters at the Beverly Hilton Los Angeles flag-off.
The Labour Party flag bearer also listed some African nations that had doubled their power supply in a few years. Indicating that he recently travelled to these countries to study them.
He lamented that even the president of South Africa, which produces 50,000 megawatts of electricity, had just declared a state of emergency in the sector for being too little but Nigeria, which produces a paltry 4,000 megawatts for over 200 million people, has not.
“I will increase power generation in four years. This is not a guarantee. I am saying if I don’t do it, I will leave the office,” Peter Obi explained.
The former governor of Anambra state criticized the fact that no one was held indebted, insisting that when they entered office, they abjure what they had promised, claiming they didn’t know what it encompassed.
The aspiring president also added that in Nigeria, people don’t do what is expected; people do what is inspected!”
He called on Nigerians in America to hold him accountable if he do not fulfil his vows and make Nigeria a better place.
Nigeria must be great again and become the giant of Africa.