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‘I will end insecurity’, Obi tells Borno residents

In an effort to win the Labour Party’s nomination for president of Nigeria, Peter Obi paid a visit to Biu Emirate, which is located in Borno State’s southern region.

In the nine local government areas of southern Borno, including Chibok, Gwoza, Hawul, Askira Uba, he was welcomed and made a vow to put an end to insecurity.

In his speech, Obi, along with his running mate Datti Baba-Ahmed, the chairman of the Labour Party, Julius Abure, the candidate for governor, Ibrahim Mshelia, the event’s coordinator, Isaac Balami, the deputy national campaign manager, and other campaign stalwarts, pledged to allay the sufferings and dry the tears of the residents of southern Borno brought on by Boko Haram insurgents.

Obi said, “I am one of you and feel your plight. I know that you are all hardworking and want to go back to your farms. I am giving you my word that this insecurity issue will be a thing of the past in my administration and I will ensure that my government gives you the best of life. Thank you for everything you have done for the country and I will never forget you. A new Nigeria is possible!”

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