The presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, has said Nigerians can no longer vote for poverty, corruption and impunity.

Obi, in a series of tweets on Sunday, said the desire to take back Nigeria was nearly unanimous.

While alluding to the fact that he is used to the old order, Obi said he desired to be president to change the trajectory.

The former Anambra State Governor maintained that deprivation is not habit forming, saying Nigerians desire a better life.

“The desire to take Nigeria back is nearly unanimous. We may be used to the old order; but we cannot vote for continuity of corruption, recklessness, impunity and poverty. Deprivation is not habit forming. Nigerians desire a better life,” he said.

Obi posited further that Nigerians can no longer gamble with their fate and future.

He said he is running because he has the capacity, credibility, stamina and experience.

Obi boasted, saying: “I’m running for president because, I am qualified, I have the capacity, credibility, commitment, stamina, governance experience, and track record. More importantly, Nigerians can trust me.”