Watch: Nigerian presidential candidate Peter Obi on his plans to transform Nigeria’s economy
He is known to have said if you want something on social media you first of all need to have a good memory. If you have a good memory, you will be remembered forever. If you have a good memory, you will be remembered forever.
That is what the Nigerian presidential candidates are hoping. It is what he said in 1999.
On Monday, August 1st, 2014, he will also be taking a few people with him. The next day, he will be flying out of Lagos from Nigeria.
They will be returning to London, England. From there, he will head towards New York City, where he will meet with more than twenty business leaders. There, he will be meeting with celebrities.
The next day, he will be in a limo and heading towards Beijing, where he will meet with more than hundred Nobel Memorial Prize Winners. From there, he will be meeting with former U.S. presidents.
From there, he will be flying back to London, where he will attend a banquet of international business leaders and celebrities. Upon his return from Beijing, he will be setting his plans on what he described as the biggest project of the current century.
It’s all about transforming Nigeria’s economy. What he will discuss with business leaders will be about creating jobs, reviving infrastructure, and revamping the current educational system.
You can view this video, which includes a short interview with Obi, on this page, or read the full transcript on this page.
In Nigeria, you can follow him on Twitter @PeterObiNaija
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, the incumbent and his main challenger, former vice president Atiku Abubakar, are both scheduled to headline a series of public meetings at the weekend.
It will be Jonathan’s first opportunity to campaign, since his victory in 2015.
Jonathan won the last election in 2015 by a wide margin, but the campaign has been a difficult one for him.
In his first year in office, he had to contend with two major economic crises. The first