The Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi, has held a meeting with William B. Stevens, the new Consul-General of the United States in Nigeria.
According to him, the meeting saw him share his vision for a secured and united Nigeria.
The former governor of Anambra State made this known in a post on Twitter on Wednesday.
He said, “It was my pleasure to meet with William B. Stevens, the new Consul-General of the United States in Nigeria. We had constructive discussions and exchanged ideas.
“I also shared with him my vision of a new, secure and united Nigeria in which governance and development will be driven by production.
“I also shared with him my vision of a new, secure and united Nigeria in which governance and development will be driven by production. -PO.”
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Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari has warned that the self-centredness that led to the civil war in Nigeria must not repeat itself just as he stated that Nigeria will remain one.
Speaking on Tuesday, he said, “Our main objective is the Federal Republic of Nigeria. We are human beings. We have our weaknesses, but I can assure you that the patriotism in us is hard earned. We have gone through all the troubles from 15th of January 1966 to date. You know what I mean by this, we have killed a million of ourselves in order to keep this country together.
“I don’t think there can be any practical experience more than that. We are Nigerians, God willing we remain Nigerians and Nigeria will remain one.”