Chief Joemartins Uzodike, the Coordinator, of the Peter Obi and Yusuf Datti Presidential Campaign Council, said the party has started a door-to-door campaign in Anambra.
He made the call when he received members of Associates of Peter Obi (APO), a political pressure group, in his Awka-Etiti county home, Idemili South Local Government Area Anambra, on Sunday.
According to him, the council adopted a door-to-door and market campaign strategy for effective results.
Uzodike said it was through inter-person communication that the majority of Nigerians would understand the good plans of the presidential candidate of the Labour party.
The coordinator noted that so far Obi-Datti project looks divine due to the large support it is getting across the country.
“Peter Obi’s growing popularity is not because he talks better or behaves better than others, but because God is at the centre of the project and directing every other thing according to His will,” he said.
Uzodike who commended the commitment made by Nigerians both home and in the Diaspora in promoting the activities of Obi’s presidential bid said he (Obi) will unite and fix the country if elected.
“I know the passion of Mr Obi for the challenges faced by our nation. I am privileged to have joined him in most of his consultations with who is who in this country and by the grace of God if elected, things will change for the better,” he said.
He assured members of APO and other people backing Mr Obi that nobody who backed the project would labour in vain.
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