Hours after joining Labour Party to pursue his ambition, former Anambra State Governor, Peter Obi, has said he is not desperate to become Nigeria’s president.
The former aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party stated this on Friday on Channels Television.
Obi, who appeared on: “Politics Today,” however, said what he was desperate about was to see Nigeria work for its teeming youths and other Nigerians facing hardship across the country.
Responding to a question on whether his desperation led him to dump the PDP for the LP, Obi said: “Not all, I am not desperate to be president.
“But what I am desperate about is to see Nigeria work, especially for the youth of this country.
“As I said, I have moved on to where I think the process might allow me.
“It is not about losing or winning.
“I will rather lose doing the right thing than win doing the wrong thing.
“My politics have been consistent in character and integrity since I started and you can go and check.
“I have been consistent in seeking the right process.”