A First Republic Politician and the First Minister of Aviation, Mbazuluike Amaechi has said Nigerians must vote for Peter Obi to ensure suffering ends, stating that if the Labour Party candidate loses, then God created Nigeria to suffer.
Goldennewsng reports that the Ninety-three-year-old first republic Minister of Aviation said the emergence of Peter Obi was not by accident but an act of God to salvage the country.
Mbazuluike Amaechi stated this in his country home at the weekend while declaring his support for Peter Obi presidential ambition.
The first Minister of Aviation added that the corruption-free track record of Peter Obi will make the whole world embrace Nigeria, and scare looters away permanently if he wins come 2023.
While calling on massive support for the former governor of Anambra State, Amaechi said Nigerians should join hands with Peter Obi to save the country from degenerating into an indescribable situation.
“I don’t think it was just an accident that Peter Obi emerged. I think it was God’s way. If anything happens to him, it would worsen the situation in Nigeria and the situation may degenerate to something nondescribable.
“If they’re afraid of Obi who is just a beginner, why should they not be eternally afraid? Peter Obi is the only governor who left office and nobody asked him any questions.
“He didn’t know the office of EFCC, ICPC or DSS because of his clean records. The man who succeeded him wanted to leave the country two hours he handed over, meaning he wanted to sneak away.
“Many other governors who left office have been arrested and charged to court but they ran into Senate or APC as a party and today their cases are closed. That’s the kind of rotten country you have. Yet people are suffering and may continue to suffer.
“I don’t think God created us to continue to suffer. The 2023 election is an opportunity he’s provided for us to right the wrongs. You will see how the whole world will embrace Nigeria if Peter Obi wins the election and all the criminals and looters will melt away to Dubai.”