Peter Obi Encourages Supporters, Says They Must Not Give Up Hope or Surrender

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Mr. Peter Obi, the presidential candidate for the Labour Party (LP) in the election on February 25, 2023, has asked members of the Obidients movement and his other supporters not to be depressed by the decision of the Presidential Election Petitions Court (PEPC) last Wednesday.

He said that the dream is still alive, but it has just been deferred. Obi sent a message to the Obidient movement and his many followers at home and in the diaspora. He said that despair is not an option for the people who support him.


“It’s easy to see why everyone in our group and in Nigeria as a whole is disappointed. We had thought that the results of the presidential election on February 25 would bring about the new and different Nigeria of our dreams. That dream has just been put on hold for now, but it will never die.

The leader of the LP said, “Since the court’s decision, there has been a general sense of despair among Obidients and most of our supporters, but let me assure us all that despair or giving up are not our options on this journey.”


He said, “Today, I want to reach out to each of you and tell you to hold on to hope. When we think about the problems we face as a movement, we can’t give up. Nothing good comes easily in life. Throughout history, the only way for things to get better is for people to make sacrifices, work hard, be resilient, and have their luck change.

The former governor of Anambra State reminded his fans of what he said before the election: that it wouldn’t be a sprint but a marathon. “Right from the start of our trip, I told you that it wouldn’t be a short sprint but a long, hard race. It was always going to be hard, painful, and terrible.

We set out knowing that the forces we were up against were well-established and strong, but not impossible to beat. They would fight against the wind of change and try to make us give up or give up hope. We can’t give in to what they want. It gives me hope that we have kept going despite all the obstacles that have been put in our way. We have worked so hard in such a short amount of time that we can no longer be ignored. So, I urge you to stick with it and never even think about giving up.”


Obi told them that he wasn’t sad because of recent setbacks. Instead, he said, “Our recent setbacks have inspired me to recommit myself to the cause of building a new Nigeria. I will spend my whole life trying to save Nigeria. And on this trip, we will be strong but organized, moral but legal. I promise that we will keep going with even more drive and determination until we reach our goal. “Nigeria must belong to all Nigerians, not just a few,” the LP candidate for president said.

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