The Labour Party’s presidential candidate, Peter Obi, visited Katsina State on Monday as part of his campaign, where he emphasized his plans to address issues such as hunger, insecurity and unemployment.
He spoke to party members and supporters at the Muhammed Dikko Stadium, alongside his running mate, Datti Baba-Ahmed, and assured the crowd that they were committed to serving the country if elected.
He pledged to fulfill his promises to Nigerians and urged voters to have faith in him and his party to further develop the country.
Obi emphasized that ensuring security was crucial in fighting poverty, and said he planned to fight hunger and poverty, as well as to ensure security across the country.
He also urged the crowd to vote for him and his party in order to bring about the change they promised. After the event, Obi and his campaign team held a town hall meeting with party leaders and members in the state.