Guinness World Records Should Recognise Tinubu For Causing Nigerians Most Hardship – Peter Obi

In a scathing critique, Peter Obi, the 2023 presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), dismisses Bola Tinubu’s Guinness World Records aspirations, alleging that the latter deserves recognition for “causing Nigerians the most hardship.” In an exclusive interview with Vanguard, Obi questions the impact of Tinubu’s reforms, asserting that they have failed to achieve their intended goals, leading to widespread suffering.

Obi acknowledges Tinubu’s claim to Guinness World Records but interprets it from a perspective of inflicting untold hardship on Nigerians. He emphasizes that the reforms implemented by Tinubu’s administration have fallen short, contributing to the ongoing struggles faced by the populace.

Having put the 2023 general elections behind him, Obi shifts his focus to governance and real issues. He highlights the significant lessons learned from the elections, emphasizing the commitment of Nigerians, particularly the youth, to good governance. Obi suggests that the elite class, including electoral umpires, needs to demonstrate a genuine interest in the welfare of the nation.

When asked to assess the current government’s performance, Obi defers to the opinion of the general Nigerian populace. He points to the increasing poverty levels, uncertainty about basic food prices, and the critical situation faced by millions. Obi contends that the average Nigerian on the streets holds the key to evaluating the government’s effectiveness.

In conclusion, Obi refrains from dwelling on the 2023 elections and directs attention to pressing governance issues. He encourages a comprehensive understanding of the challenges faced by Nigerians and emphasizes the critical need for tangible solutions to alleviate the hardships experienced nationwide.

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