The PDP Vice-Presidential candidate Mr Peter Obi speaks to Arise TV on the road to the 2019 Presidential elections.
Full Credit to Arise TV News. Listen, Comment and Share. Peter Obi on Arise TV.
Peter Obi is the former governor of Anambra State. He started off by responding to the allegations by Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna state that he is a tribal bigot.
A third force is a new phrase to describe the search for another strong platform, party, individuals or groups who desire a disruption of the present political dispensation in Nigeria strongly held by the ruling All Progressives Congress and an equally strong grip by the People’s Democratic Party. They remain the party to beat; they can share the first and second force with each other and we know the history of their emergence and the men who formed it.
In a bid to change or birth a New Nigeria, a group of people particularly among the fourth generation that will start the journey of taking Nigeria to a century of her independence have started jostling for that position of the third force. It either they want relevance or just to make a statement or want to take power for themselves or something close to anti-Nigeria because none and not even one has given us something different or close to the other forces on the food chain. We are in a time in Nigeria’s history where some talking points have become postulations of the past and are no longer relevant yet some people think that they matter now. You all need to relax!
A short story before I pour out this midnight anger and agitations to write. My father told me one little secret about politics, campaigns and electioneering and that is that the same crowd in a political rally of a party still appear for that of the other party. Yet, you find politicians and candidates having unfortunate doses of orgasms because a crowd they have never seen before appeared to see your face and how you make them feel stupid. That is one!