Mr. Peter Obi, the vice presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) rounded his campaign in Anambra State markets on Saturday with a passionate call on traders not to allow Nigeria to collapse.
Obi, who moved from market to market, which included Ose Okwodu, Bright Street and the biggest market in West Africa, the Main Market, Ochanja Market and Upper Iweka, reminded the traders that business needed good policies to thrive.
He appealed to them to vote for PDP’s presidential candidate, Alhaji Abubakar Atiku, because of his readiness to formulate and implement good policies that would expand the opportunities of doing business in Nigeria.
Obi reeled out some of the policies, which he said, Atiku had already mapped out to boost businesses, including tax cut, development of ports in other parts of the country, improvement of road and transport infrastructure and removal of bottlenecks that hinder movement of goods from one part of the country to another.
He assured traders that a vote for Atiku would be a vote for the salvation of Nigeria, stressing, “A vote for Atiku is a vote to put Nigeria on the track of development.”