Queue Behind Obidatti, Former Defense Chief Tells Privileged Nigerians
•…he appealed as he staked his hard won reputation to the ObiDatti presidency…
By Naomisophy blog
Maj Gen Enenche John Enenche, (Rtd) former Defense Spokesman has urged Nigerians of all walks of life to vote for the Labour Party and its Presidential candidate, Peter Obi and his deputy, Ahmed Baba Datti in the 2023 general election in the country.
The former Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, (DMO) Gen Enenche gave the admonition on Tuesday stating the after enjoying the benefit of the Federal government and trained with tax payers money, he and others in his category, cannot afford to stand aloof and keep quiet over the issue of who will add value to governance of the country especially at this given period saying
“From my humble self, Major General Enenche John Enenche, it is Obi/Datti for the Presidency, come 2023. Please let’s take a queue.”he appealed as he staked his hard won reputation to the ObiDatti presidency.
He wrote: “Highly esteemed senior citizens and colleagues, I am Major General John Enenche (Rtd).
“With the attainment of this rank in the Nigerian Military, it is morally demanding on me to add value to the corrupt political environment of our dear country by speaking out.
“In the same vein, I assumed that a good number of privileged Nigerians are also in this category , cutting across the academia to the public and private sectors.
“My second assumption is that, all of us in this classification have the ears of the over one million suffering Nigerians.
“Thirdly, I assumed that people out there are expecting to hear from us for guidance to make up their minds about the kind of candidate they should vote for in the forthcoming 2023 general elections. Recall that the country invested so much to make us what we’re today.
“It is against this background that I’m calling on all in this group to pay Nigerians back by speaking out to the populace in order to give them direction. This is crucial in the political journey of our dear country.”