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2023: Edwin Clark Endorses Obi

An Ijaw national leader and the convener of PANDEF, Edwin Clark, has endorsed Peter Obi for president.

The elder statesman recommended Obi on Tuesday at a media briefing in his Abuja home. 

Clark urged Nigerians, irrespective of ethnic, religious, and political affiliation, to back Obi because he is the “best hope of a new Nigeria.

Putting His excellency Peter Obi side by side with all other candidates being presented by other political parties, I am convinced beyond doubt, that our country Nigeria has a great opportunity to elect a phenomenal team, the candidate of the Labour Party, and his deputy, senator Datti Baba-Ahmad, as president and vice-president respectively,” he said.

“I formally, hereby, announce that I will, therefore, personally, vote for HE Peter Obi and his vice presidential candidate on election day, February 25th, 2023, as president and vice-president of the federal republic of Nigeria.

“I also call on all well Nigerians irrespective of ethnic, religious, and even political backgrounds to vote for H.E. Peter Obi without hesitation, as he is our best hope of a new Nigeria of peace, stability, and progress.

“I have also requested the leadership of PANDEF, as a democratic institution and all other socio-cultural and socio-political bodies which I head, to consult with their members at the levels of the states, local governmentsand diaspora to take further steps in supporting my choice of H.E Peter Obi.”

Clark also said Obi’s plan for the cleanup of polluted areas in the south-south region of Nigeria is convincing.

His endorsement is coming 48 hours after former President Olusegun Obasanjo's confirmation of his support for Obi for president.


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