The presidential candidate for the Labour Party, Peter Obi, is set to release his political manifesto to the media on Monday, October 31.
Obi’s campaign director, Doyin Okupe, disclosed this on Sunday, via a tweet on his official Twitter handle, saying the manifesto is titled “The Pact with Nigeria”.
Okupe said the document chronicles the seven governance priorities of the Obi-Baba Ahmed administration, which he claimed would usher in a new Nigeria.
He tweeted, “Tmro the 31st of Oct, the Presidential campaign organisation of the LP will release to the media& the public “The Pact with Nigeria” the document that chronicles the 7 Governance Priorities of the Obi-Baba Ahmed administration which will usher in our dream for a new Nigeria.”
As part of his manifesto, the presidential candidate for the Labour Party, had earlier announced plans for Northern Nigeria if elected, promising to revive the moribund cotton and textile industries and a full exploration of the cattle economy value chain.
He also said he will focus on Northern Nigerian infrastructure, including roads, energy, power, and dams.
Obi, together with the All Progressive Congress presidential candidate Bola Tinubu, are the only prominent candidates who have released their manifesto so far.