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2023: Listen To Obasanjo, Clark, Vote Peter Obi – N’Delta Group

The 21st Century Youths of Niger Delta and Agitators with Conscience, or 21st CYNDAC, have pleaded with Nigerians to heed the advice of former President Olusegun Obasanjo and South-South leader Senator Edwin Clark and support Labour Party candidate Peter Obi as the country’s next leader.

In a statement, the Niger Delta group’s coordinator, Izon Ebi, claimed that after evaluating the country’s presidential contenders, the 21st CYNDAC also determined that Peter Obi was the best qualified.

The statement read in part: “The 21st CYNDAC wholeheartedly aligns with former president Olusegun Obasanjo and Pa E K Clark’s endorsement of the candidate of Peter Obi as the most qualified candidate among all the aspirants vying to lead Nigeria in this 21st century.“

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“After painstaking deliberations and consultations among different stakeholders from the Niger Delta region, comprising of youths, women, elders, ex-combatants, activists, and agitators, we have the mandate to announce that Peter Obi emerged the best man and most qualified for the job to take Nigerians out of the quagmire and unfortunate depression.


” We, therefore, call on Nigerians, most especially Niger Deltans, not to make the worst mistake of not listening to our distinguished and patriotic leaders, fathers, and elder statesmen like former President Obasanjo and Pa Edwin Clark by electing a leader that will legalize hard drugs among our youths and promote same-sex marriage as a culture.

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“We need leaders with morals and credentials to take us out of the sorry state we find ourselves in Nigeria by this clueless and inhuman administration.

” We, therefore, call on the Nigerian youths, devoid of political, tribal or religious affiliations, to rise up and take their place as leaders of tomorrow,” the group added.


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