Peter Obi Meets with UN Representatives

The Labour party presidential candidate, Mr Peter Obi wrote in his Twitter handle

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Peter Obi & Datti Baba-Ahmed
Popular Quotes by Peter Obi & Datti Baba-Ahmed

Popular Quotes by Peter Obi & Datti Baba-Ahmed

1. No nation can survive without saving for tomorrow.

2. The reason why we are talking about massive borrowing today is because we didn’t save yesterday

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2023 Presidential Election Polls and Results


Live Result Update from Collation Centres….


Ahead of the forthcoming 2023 Presidential elections, a recent nationwide opinion poll commissioned by Anap Foundation and conducted by NOI Polls Limited was concluded in early September 2022. The Poll revealed a substantially close race between Mr. Peter Obi of Labour Party (LP), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Alhaji Atiku Abubakar of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP). Running significantly behind the leading pack is Dr. Rabiu Kwankwaso of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) who is the lone outsider i.e. a “dark horse” in the race. All other contestants polled results that are statistically insignificant.

The results showed a significant lead for Mr. Peter Obi with 21% of voters proposing to vote for him if the presidential election were to be conducted today; and 13% each proposing to vote for Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Alhaji Atiku Abubakar who are both tied in second place. Dr. Rabiu Kwankwaso was a distant fourth with 3% of voters proposing to vote for him.

Mr. Peter Obi’s 8 percentage point lead at this early stage is significant, but not sufficient to separate him   completely from a leading pack of candidates scoring 21%, 13% and 13%  respectively.

Undecided voters and those who prefer not to reveal their preferred candidate add up to a whopping 32% and 15% respectively. The gender split of undecided voters shows that 39% of women are undecided versus 27% of male voters.


A third-party candidate is the top choice to become the next president of Africa’s most populous country, according to a new opinion poll.

A clear majority of respondents said they intend to vote for Peter Obi, a former state governor, in elections scheduled for February. The results of the survey conducted for Bloomberg News by Premise Data Corp. were published on Wednesday as the official campaign to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari kicked off.

Of the 92% of participants who said they’ve decided how to vote, 72% named Obi as their first choice. Of those who are still unsure, 45% said the 61-year-old is their preferred candidate.



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Nasarawa State


Benue State


Edo State


Abia State


Oyo State


Imo State


Taraba State


Kogi State

Akwa Ibom State

Cross River State


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Nasarawa State (Lafia)

Niger State (Minna)

Ogun State (Abeokuta)

Ondo State (Akure)

Osun State (Oshogbo)

Oyo State (Ibadan)

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Plateau State (Jos)

Rivers State (Port Harcourt)

Sokoto State (Sokoto)
Taraba State (Jalingo)

Yobe State (Damaturu)

Zamfara State (Gusau)

FCT (Abuja)

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Ekiti State (Ado Ekiti)

Enugu State (Enugu)

Gombe State (Gombe)

Imo State (Owerri)

Jigawa State (Dutse)

Kaduna State (Kaduna)

Kano State (Kano)

Katsina State (Katsina)

Kebbi State (Birnin Kebbi)

Kogi State (Lokoja)

Kwara State (Ilorin)

Lagos State (Ikeja)


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Abia State (Umuahia)

Adamawa State (Yola)

Akwa Ibom State (Uyo)

Anambra State (Awka)

Bauchi State (Bauchi)

Bayelsa State (Yenagoa)

Benue State (Makurdi)

Borno State (Maiduguri)

Cross River State (Calabar)

Delta State (Asaba)

Ebonyi State (Abakaliki)

Edo State (Benin City)

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