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There’s nothing more threatening to life than living in Nigeria – Peter Obi

Former Anambra State Governor and Vice Presidential Candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2019 election, Peter Obi has described Nigeria as the biggest threat to one’s life. 

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Peter Obi in a recent interview with ThisDay, when asked if he has ever faced a near-death experience, said; 

“What is more threatening to someone than living in Nigeria? We live under constant threats here.”

Recounting how he got into business, Obi revealed that it came to him naturally as he disclosed that he was born with a “silver spoon” before the Nigeria civil war took the riches from them after the death of his father.

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He said; 

“There was a silver spoon when my father was alive and doing well but the civil war came and took both the silver and the spoon – leaving my mother and us toiling to meet our needs. One of the good things the war did not take away was the roof over our heads. My mother – a wonderful woman she was – struggled to see us through and guided us along the path of growth; a strong influence which I have imparted to my children.”

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