Peter Obi Visits Plateau, Condemns Killings (Photos)


Peter Obi Condemns Recent Attacks in Plateau State, Calls for United Efforts Against Insecurity

In a poignant display of solidarity, Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s 2023 presidential candidate, visited Jos, the capital of Plateau State, on Tuesday. The former Governor of Anambra State expressed deep concern over the recent wave of terror attacks that have claimed numerous lives in the state.

During his visit, Obi engaged with residents on the streets, receiving a warm welcome as he connected with the community. In a post on the X platform on Wednesday, he reflected on the gravity of the situation, particularly in Mangu and Barkinladi, and extended his condolences to the affected families.



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Obi lamented the transformation of Jos, once a peaceful haven, into a city resonating with the pain of lives lost. He empathized with families affected by the mindless killings and prayed for comfort for the bereaved, urging divine rest for the departed souls.


In a passionate call to action, Obi charged the government and security forces to deploy innovative strategies in the ongoing battle against insecurity across the nation. In his words, “We will not rest until we restore peace and security in every part of our nation.”

Peter Obi visit to jos

Highlighting his commitment to a safer Nigeria, Obi emphasized the need for collective efforts, stating, “Joining forces with every Nigerian, our collective goal is to usher in a new era of governance that will be all caring for the welfare of the people.”

He envisioned a Nigeria where leadership fosters an environment of safety, growth, and productivity, embodying hope for a brighter tomorrow. Obi’s leadership promises to tackle the senseless violence that has plagued the nation for far too long.

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As the nation grapples with security challenges, Obi’s visit to Plateau State stands as a testament to the unity needed to overcome these issues. His call for a united front against insecurity echoes the aspirations of many Nigerians yearning for a peaceful and prosperous nation.



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