The Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi, arrived London on Monday ahead of his scheduled interview at Chatham House.
The interview which is tagged: ‘House On Policy Changes governance in Nigeria’ is part of political processes to inform the public about his administrative plans for the country, if elected, and towards the 2023 general elections to be held on February 25 and March 11.
The airing time is 1:00pm GMT AND 2:00pm WAT on YouTube and other social media platforms.
At the famous independent policy institute trusted for debate and dialogue, Obi will be speaking on his vision for policy change and the institutional reforms that the Labour Party, Datti, and him have for Nigeria.
The former Anambra State governor will have the opportunity to share his vision and, most likely, how to articulate them to international investors, Africans, and Nigerians in particular.
Monday’s session will be Obi’s fourth public appearance in seven days and the second in three days to engage the public in an open-air discussion about his plans for the country.
Recall that, the presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress, Bola Ahmed Tinubu was also present at the House late last year, where he passed the bulk of the questions to some key members of his entourage who accompanied him.