If Opponents Come At Us Through Land, Air, Sea, We’ll Respond To Them Same Way, Peter Obi Tells

 The 2023 general election in Nigeria has come and gone, but the discussion of hope continues. Apart from the renewed hope agenda of the Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the  APC, they have been statements of hope from one of the major opposition parties, the Labour Party, by its presidential candidate of the just concluded presidential election, Mr Peter Obi, who, according to Zahara Reporter assuring his supporter of perfect light at the end of the tunnel, following his petition at the election tribunal challenging the constitutional bridges by the Independent National Electoral Commission declaration of Sen. Bola Ahmed Tinubu as the winner of the 25 February 2023 election, Sahara Reporter quoted that Mr Peter Obi of saying that he is capable of victory at the end, The question is, does Mr Peter Obi have confident on the judiciary?

reiterated his commitment to a "Nigeria that will benefit every Nigerian".The candidate of the Labour Party in the 2023 presidential election, Mr Peter Obi, has encouraged his supporters to have faith as he goes through the process of challenging the victory of Bola Tinubu in the election. Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress candidate, was declared the winner after polling 8,794,726 votes.


His biggest challenger, Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party, polled 6,984,520 votes in the election, while Obi came third with a total of 6,101,533 votes. He said he expected the journey to having a new Nigeria to be challenging.


The former Anambra governor said the forces that had lived off the old order over the years were bound to fight back.


"If they come at us through land, air and sea, we will respond to them through land, air and sea, but we will remain law abiding and never give up on the nation," Obi said. 6,984,520 votes in the election, while Obi came third with a total of 6,101,533 votes. "We are on the right path and will remain committed to the course."


He reiterated his commitment to a "Nigeria that will benefit every Nigerian".


According to him, the struggle to challenge the election's outcome and reclaim what he claimed was stolen from him was not about him but about millions of Nigerians who trusted and voted for him." The millions of Nigerians who voted for me did not just cast their votes but also invested their hope in me. They deserve justice. So we must stay the course. And beyond regaining our mandate, I am committed to lifting people out of poverty.


"I remain committed to transforming Nigeria, starting from the North to every part of the nation," Obi stated.

 "I have always lived my life in the most compliant manner possible. Sometimes, as humans, we make mistakes, but I will never knowingly break any law. Therefore, I am not afraid of lies and propaganda against a person. They are part of the journey to a new Nigeria," Obi concluded.

He said he was not afraid of the 'lies and propaganda" of his political opponents.