Friday, June 30, 2023


Peter Obi narrated how he was ambushed by a group of journalists to enquired how he felt that President Ahmed Bola Tinubu moves with about 120 car convoy.


"Yesterday at the final commendation service of the Late Archbishop Maxwell Anikwenwa in Awka, I was ambushed by a group of journalists who asked me to comment on the life of the late clergyman. Promptly, they sought my opinion on a video they said was making the rounds online, allegedly showing Mr President moving with about a 120-car convoy. While I have not had the opportunity of seeing the said video, my advice remains consistent - that sacrifices for a better Nigeria must start from the leaders at all levels of government because the people have always made painful sacrifices, and the leaders must lead by example. The quality of leadership cannot be measured by the size and length of an official motorcade. The present Nigeria require that those who serve must serve prudently, and with a sense of selfless sacrifice.


Their behaviour, character, and attitude must be reflective of the solutions to the challenges facing Nigerians because our people are suffering in this country, and we must have that at the back of our minds.


While I urge the people to patiently bear the present hardship for a better tomorrow, I call on the leaders to live more frugally and act more responsibly for a better society.


We must begin to drastically cut the cost of governance, and invest in different aspects of human development that will improve the lives of our people.

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