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My Movement Is Not To Christianize Nigeria Or Igbo Agenda -Peter Obi.

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The Presidential candidate of Labour Party Peter Obi has said that the Obidient movements is not a plan to Christianize Nigeria neither is it an Igbo tribe agenda.

Peter Obi said this in a post on his official Twitter handle on Monday 27th March 2023.

According to Peter Obi, he said that his aspiration is for a new Nigeria, where the children of a nobody will become somebody.

And a nation anchored on national interests, and not sectional interests; where the entire youths from the six geopolitical zones will have a sense of belonging in the affairs of their country.

Peter Obi stressed that his ambition is to become the president of United and indivisible Nigeria, stressing that nobody should ascribe ethnic or religious colouration to the OBIdient Movement.

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His Words

“In the life of every nation, there is a turning point. For Nigeria, that time is now; a time to save Nigeria, save our democracy and give the Nigerian youths hope. The OBIdient Movement has been the arrowhead in the take back Nigeria mission.

“My role in the Movement is that of a Focal Point. As I’ve always stressed, Nigeria remains a secular state. As such, the movement is not about my tribe or my religion, and it is not an Igbo agenda or in any way, to Christianize Nigeria.

“My aspiration is for a new Nigeria, where the children of a nobody will become somebody. A nation anchored on national interests, and not sectional interests; where the entire youths from the six geopolitical zones will have a sense of belonging in the affairs of their country.

“No one should ascribe ethnic or religious colouration to the OBIdient Movement. Nigeria is one and my ambition is to become the President of a United and Indivisible Nigeria.

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