The presidential candidate of the Labour Party, LP, Peter Obi, has described the February 25, general election is a David and Goliath fight.
The former governor of Anambra State via his Twitter page on Friday promised to build a society that is premised on the rule of law.
Obi wrote: “We will constitute an All-Nigerian government and draw people from all works of life to form a government that will turn Nigeria around.
“This is a David and Goliath fight, there is grace of God; and I’m with the youths of Nigeria. We pray that God answers their prayer through me.
“We will build a society that is premised on the rule of law as we strive to secure and unite Nigeria. Insecurity is part of a failure of leadership. Dealing decisively with insecurity will stop the drift.
“Our democracy is not at risk; but we need free, fair and credible elections. The president and INEC have promised such. If Nigeria is turned around; it will impact on West Africa and Africa as a whole.
“The bulk of SMEs will be driven by youths as a means of tackling youth unemployment. Our 4th industrial revolution will hinge on youth involvement.
“We must tackle food insecurity and weak currency to turn the country around; we must cut cost of governance and fight corruption simultaneously.
Continuing he said, “Nigeria is important to the world, and the international community look forward to a proactive Nigeria. A stable Nigeria will ensure youths don’t seek to emigrate. Good governance offers stability and safe environment. -PO,” he said.