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Chief Edwin Clark Endorses Peter Obi For President, Says Is Good For Young People

Chief Edwin Clark Endorses Peter Obi For President, Says Is Good For Young People

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Chief Edwin Clark, a senior statesman and the leader of the South-South, has endorsed Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s (LP) candidate for president in the upcoming election.

During a press conference on Tuesday at his Abuja home, he made the announcement.

The 96-year-old head of the Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF) claimed that the forum’s support for the former governor of Anambra State came after a careful analysis of his vision for the nation.

He said that both Obi’s approach to sustainable development and his desire to include residents of the Niger Delta in his administration are admirable.

According to Clark, Nigeria must continue to be a nation where all citizens, regardless of tribe or religion, have equal opportunities.

He claimed that the Peter Obi administration would do the most good for young people.

Giving a Southerner the chance to lead the nation, according to Clark, who also serves as the president of the Southern and Middle Belt Leadership Forum (SMBLF), will give real definition to General Yakubu Gowon, a former head of state, who declared after the civil war that “no victor no vanquished.”

His endorsement for Peter Obi comes 30 hours after the former president of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo, also endorsed the former Democratic Party vice presidential candidate. 

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