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Nigeria Must Live Within Its Means, Says Peter Obi

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Peter Obi, the former governor of Anambra State and a presidential hopeful, has that Nigeria must transition from a consumer to a producer nation in order to lift its population out of .

The presidential for the Peoples Democratic Party stated that the must live within its means by reducing the cost of and investing in human capital development.

Obi announced this following a consultative meeting with the party’s stakeholders in Port Harcourt, State, on Monday.

He stated that Nigerians out of poverty was a sine qua non, stating that with the country’s enormous resources, it was to have youths without a source of income.

Obi said delegates all over Nigeria must look at the way the country is today and ask how do we build a better as they to party to contest the 2023 general elections.

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“I am saying the same thing to Nigerians for the general elections. We must live within our means in this country. That is what we need to do urgently to take our people out of poverty,” Obi said.

He , “So we cannot allow our young people in their young age with the resources of this country to be where they have no means of livelihood. That is what I want to do.

“That is why I said my basic function is to move the country from consumption to production. We have to . No more sharing formular.

“I’m going to put the production in place. We must feed ourselves. We have enough land all over Nigeria for us to feed ourselves.”

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