Peter Obi has promised to fight insecurity and reopen borders in Nigeria if elected president.
Speaking in Katsina State on Monday in continuation of his campaign for the presidency, the Labour Party presidential candidate believed that bad governance and insecurity had caused extreme hardship and abject poverty among Nigerians.
According to him, “I will build a new Nigeria for all, and boost the socio-economic activities of Katsina State and the nation in general.”
Peter Obi explained that himself and his running mate, Datti Baba Ahmed, have chosen to build a new Nigeria where security will be number one, assuring that with security, the borders will be opened for better business.
He opined that for him to fight poverty, security has to be restored and the borders opened.
Obi begged Nigerians to come out and vote for the Labour Party to ensure total restoration in the country.