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2023: Peter Obi Reacts To Poll Predicting His Victory At General Elections

Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s (LP) nominee for president, responded to the poll finding that he will win the presidency of Nigeria in 2023.

In a poll commissioned by the ANAP Foundation and performed by Ngozi Okonjo Iweala (NOI) Polls, Obi was expected to win the upcoming presidential election, according to

In response, Peter Obi termed the NOI opinion survey results as a “energizer” before the official start of the presidential campaigns on September 28 in a statement released by his campaign office on Friday.

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The survey, Obi continued, was “energizing for the obidient family to undertake more work ahead of the 2023 elections,” and he urged his supporters to be tenacious. Our main goal as the Obidient family is to retake and rebuild Nigeria. Every observation, whether in the form of surveys or public criticisms of our efforts, are welcome developments in order to accomplish this enormous task since they help us understand our shortcomings and strengths.


“Obidient Movement remains devoid of religious, tribal and geographical inhibitions but with the report some lessons have been picked on some vital areas for more efforts.

“Taking back Nigeria, which is the unmistaken goal of the Obi-Datti candidacy is a task that must be done if we still desire a strong country and it should involve everybody of all class and creed who are pained by the state of our dear nation. All efforts therefore must be to bring all progressive minds onboard.

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“Even if we have grey areas in the report, our responsibility is to pick the lessons therein and remain focused with our eyes glued to the ball while noting the credibility of the organization (ANAP Foundation) that conducted the survey.”


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