Nigerians in diaspora to host Peter Obi in U.S.

Nigerians in the U.S. are to host the Labour Party flag-bearer for the 2023 Nigeria presidential election, Peter Obi, in five U.S. states.

Obi announced his engagement with Nigerians in the U.S in a video posted on social media, which according to him, will start from Wednesday, Aug. 31 to Saturday, Sept. 3.

“I’m a guest speaker on the Role of Nigerian Diaspora in the Development and Growth of Nigeria, events being organised by Nigerians in the Diaspora.

“The events will hold in Charlotte, North Carolina and Dallas, Texas on Wednesday, Aug. 31; Washington D.C. on Thursday, Sept 1; Atlanta on Friday, Sept 2 and New York on Saturday, Sept. 3.

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“I look forward to meeting all of you there and God bless all of you,’’ he was quoted as saying in the video.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) learnt that the presidential candidate is expected to address town hall meetings and grant interviews in major cities of the leading democracy in the world.

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Obi has in the recent past been in some western nations where he addressed Nigerians and friends of the country in packed-to-capacity halls.

Earlier, Obi had met with some Nigerians in Germany, Italy, and Canada over his presidential ambition.

He had also visited the Vatican City in Rome, where he attended the ceremony where a Nigerian, Bishop Peter Okpaleke of Ekwulobia Diocese, was elevated to a Cardinal in the Catholic Church.

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