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Peter Obi Outlines Areas Nigeria Must Tackle For A Greater Economy.

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The Presidential Candidate of Labour Party LP, Peter Obi, says Nigeria must invest in intangible assets such as education and power for a greater economy.

Obi, who stated this yesterday at the opening ceremony of the 2022 Nigerian Bar Association’s Annual General Conference in Lagos tagged Bold Transitions, to run till the 26 of August, added that the election next year will not be about tribe, religion, connection, or entitlements but about character, competence, capacity, and commitment to deliver.

The Former Governor of Anambra State, spoke on a panel alongside Vice-Presidential Candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Kashim Shettima, Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party Atiku Abubakar; amongst others.

Meanwhile Atiku has denied saying he will hand over federal universities to states to run should if he wins in 2023.

His Media Adviser, Paul Ibe, in a statement yesterday dismissed what he described as the mischievous misinterpretation of what his principal said at the conference as it relates to education and how to address the crisis in the sector.

Written by: Favour Mbah

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