Nigerian Doctors Declare Their Support for Peter Obi, Promise 15 Million Votes
Nigerian Doctors declare support for Peter Obi
The Presidential ambition of the Labour Party Candidate in 2023 general election seems to be gaining more momentum by the day as many credible support groups keep rising. The latest is Nigerian Doctors under the name Doctors for Peter Obi.
A message circulated by the group reads in part “Doctors for Peter Obi is a Content-Driven, Data-Rich, Knowledge-Sharing, movement to install a frugal, pragmatic and responsible government led by Mr. Peter Obi to salvage the precarious Nigerian State bedeviled with potentially fatal anachronistic tendencies. We seek to use the influence of 30, 000 Nigeria doctors (over 6,000 in the movent already) to mobilize 15million Citizens to take back their country and vote Peter Obi’s Labour Party.
The Movement is Led by Dr. Emeka Okocha, Dr. Segun Ebitanmi, Dr. Fatima Abdullah, Dr. Riskat Dosunmu and Dr. Uche Uzoukwu. We have State Chapters in all 36 States of the federation plus FCT and also a Vibrant Diaspora Group with over 200 members. We have the @Docs4PeterObi Twitter handle, #Docs4PeterObi, a CAC Registration (Doctors for Good Governance) and a website www.Docs4PeterObi.com All these in two (2) WEEKS. At the same time we believe 30, 000 can mobilize 500 people each (friends, families and patients). These 15million captive voters, cut accross all 36 States and FCT, with the votes from the the youths of Nigeria should deliver the Presidency to Peter Obi.
Our hope is that a disciplined and focused government will invest more resources in health and we will be able to save over 1/2 of the One Million Children that die in Nigeria every year. By so doing we will have made our contribution to National Development.
Doctors For Peter Obi is Open to Doctors Across The Country
The group is open to all doctors across the country who wish to join and below are channels to join:
STATE WHATSAPP LINKS
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