The Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi has again given a response to political opponents and critics who claim he has no structure to win the 2023 elections.
The former Anambra State Governor submitted that those mocking him over claims of lacking a structure seem confused in their claims against him.
Speaking on Monday during an appearance on Channels Television’s The 2023 Verdict programme, the Labour Party flagbearer said his opponents were first attacking him with claims that only four people were tweeting from a room, then they graduated to lack of structures before moving on to lack of numbers, all in a bit to discredit and discourage him.
But during the programme, Obi revealed that his biggest structure is the almighty God and the people of Nigeria who are supporting him.
He pleaded that if given the chance and is elected the next president of the country, there is an assurance of building a new Nigeria.
“When I started, they said it is just four people tweeting in a room, now they are saying I don’t have the structure, I don’t have the number, the number will be determined by the voters. My biggest structure, I said, is the Almighty God followed by the people of Nigeria whom I am pleading with to build a new Nigeria, a new Nigeria is possible,” Obi said.
The Labour Party flag bearer also promised to restore unity in the country if he wins the February 25 presidential election, adding that uniting the country means everybody must have a sense of belonging.