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How To Watch Peter Obi Interview With Chatham House Online

How To Watch Peter Obi Interview With Chatham House Online



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Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s (LP) presidential candidate, will speak at Chatham House, a world’s foremost policy institute and think-tank forum, about his ideas for Nigerians in anticipation of the February 25, 2023, presidential elections.

The ceremony is scheduled to take place on January 16, 2023, in London, the United Kingdom, and Obi, a former governor of Anambra State, is expected to attend.

The event is one of several gatherings and programs that look at Nigeria’s elections in 2023.

Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) leader who is Obi’s counterpart, appeared at Chatham House in London on December 5, 2022, and discussed some of his proposals for crucial fields like technology, education, military, and the economy.

The event, which drew harsh criticism, also featured questions from attendees, and Tinubu had assigned some of his loyalists, including governors and members of the government in office, to respond.

Former Anambra State Governor Peter Obi will join Dr. Alex Vines in the eagerly awaited new series. The interview is expected to be packed with exciting moments and hard questions from Nigerians in the UK.

So what time is Peter Obi’s Chatham House interview and how can you tune in from the UK? Here’s everything you need to know.

What time is Peter Obi’s Chatham House interview?

The interview with Peter Obi from Chatham House is scheduled to air on January 16 at 2 p.m. Then again, the live program will be broadcast in Nigeria and streamed on YouTube.

What channel is Peter Obi’s Chatham House on?

Chatham House’s Peter Obi interview will air on Arise TV, Channels TV. Arise TV will broadcast live from the UK.

Where To Watch Peter Obi’s Chatham House Online?

Chatham House’s Peter Obi interview will be streamed live on Chatham House’s official Twitter and YouTube pages. 

Peter Gregory Obi, a former governor of Anambra State, talks about his goals for policy and governance reforms in Nigeria, including strategies for addressing systemic insecurity and corruption as well as steps to support social and political mobility for Nigerians.

Elections for the national assembly, the presidency, and various subnational offices are planned to take place in Nigeria on February 25.

The elections mark a significant turning point in Nigeria’s journey toward political participation as they bring to a close President Muhammadu Buhari’s two terms in office since his victory in 2015. This is also the first time in 20 years that he is not a candidate.

The Nigerian Electoral Act, passed in February 2022, has helped to improve confidence in the electoral process as evidenced by the addition of 12.29 million new voters in Nigeria’s voter registration drive, 9.51 million of whom were subsequently validated, bringing the total number of registered voters to more than 93 million.

With two recessions in the last six years, record-high levels of food and physical insecurity, ongoing fuel shortages, and significant crude oil theft, Nigeria is at a crossroads.

Citizen weariness continues to be a serious issue, and the three major policy pillars of security, economic, and corruption that make up Buhari’s agenda remain crucial concerns for the general public.

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