Peter Obi's Private Jet Is Grounded for the 2023 Presidency
The Federal Government has grounded the private aircraft that was transporting Labour Partypresidential contender Peter Obi.
According to Onikewideblog, Diran Onifade, the Obi-Datti Campaign's head of media, announced this in a succinct statement on Wednesday.
Oseloka Obaze, a leader in the LP and a past candidate for governor of Anambra, posted the comment on his Twitter account.
Onifade urged Obi supporters to disregard any malicious rumors about the situation and said that the jet was grounded for regulatory reasons by the Nigerian government.
However, the LP leader affirmed that the party's sizable demonstration would still go place as scheduled in Ibadan, the capital of Oyo State.
The Obidient plane was grounded today by the in-crowd "for regulatory concerns," he declared. Please disregard any malicious rumors. Our large rally in Ibadan is proceeding as scheduled.
What Peter Obi discussed with CAN leaders in 2023 will become clear.
The country needs to transition from being a consumption-based economy to one that is based on production, according to the former governor of Anambra State.
Obi revealed this to the group of Christian leaders he met with on Tuesday in Abuja under the leadership of Archbishop Daniel Okoh, President of the CAN.
All 18 of the presidential candidates, according to the LP candidate, will make the same pledge, but Nigerians must verify the veracity of the pledges and only support those they can rely on.
Insisting that Nigerians would be pleased if he were elected president in 2023, he promised to attack corruption and the sharing culture head-on.
Nigeria, according to Obi, is not devoid of ideas or advocating answers, but he emphasized that there was a lack of an institutional structure and political will to act morally.