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Nigerians must live within their means, according to Peter Obi.

Peter Obi, the former governor of Anambra State and a presidential candidate, has stated that Nigeria must transition from a consumer to a producer nation in order to lift its population out of poverty.

The presidential candidate for the Peoples Democratic Party stated that the government must live within its means by reducing the cost of governance and investing in human capital development.

Obi announced this following a consultative meeting with the party’s stakeholders in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, on Monday.

He stated that lifting Nigerians out of poverty was a sine qua non, stating that with the country’s enormous resources, it was unacceptable to have youths without a source of income.

As delegates select for party candidates to run in the 2023 general elections, Obi said delegates from across Nigeria must consider the state of the country today and ask how they can make it a better place.

“I’m telling Nigerians the same thing for the general elections.” In our country, we must live within our means. That is what we must do immediately in order to lift our people out of poverty,” Obi stated.

“That is why I stated that my primary responsibility is to transition the country from consumption to production.” We need to evolve. There will be no more sharing formular.

“I’m going to set up the production process.” We must eat to survive. We have adequate land to feed ourselves all over Nigeria.”

“So we cannot let our young people, who have the resources of our country at their disposal, live in a state where they have no means of subsistence,” he continued. That is exactly what I intend to accomplish.

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