Obi’s campaign spokesperson said that education would not be neglected.
Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, will never permit education to take a backseat if elected president in 2023, according to Dr. Yinusa Tanko, spokeswoman for the Obi-Datti campaign organization.
Yinusa stated that under the presidency of Obi and Datti Baba-Ahmed, the recent situation where university students were forced to sit idle at home for eight months in the name of strike actions would not be tolerated. She was speaking at a press conference announcing Obi’s campaign visit to Kogi State on Tuesday.
Every Nigerian must band together to save the nation from its current predicament, according to Obi’s dream, which is a dream that may be realized. Our time has come, and we must be ready to rid ourselves of the oppressive forces,” Tanko stated.
He predicted that the presidential campaign train will swarm Kogi State with party manifestos outlining how Obi and Baba-Ahmed intended to handle the problems plaguing the nation at the moment.
Confluence Stadium in Lokoja had been booked for the visit, according to him, and all relevant processes, including authorization, had been taken.
The three senatorial districts of the state have mobilized party members to welcome the incoming president, according to Tanko.
He urged “Kogites” and “everyone who is fed up with the current scenario” to come out in droves in order to make the visit a tremendous success.