The presidential candidate of the Labour party, Peter Obi on Monday met with the Aare Onakakanfo of Yoruba land, Iba Gani Adams, in Lagos.
Obi also presented his economic blueprint to the traditional leader at the latter’s residence in Omole Phase 2.
Obi said his focus on the economy, tourism, security and agriculture, among others, remained pivotal to pulling the nation out of the current political quagmire.
He submitted that the agenda of his administration was all-inclusive, with a prominent focus on the unity of Nigeria as well as a robust economy.
The former vice presidential candidate under the Peoples Democratic Party said former President Olusegun Obasanjo, Pa Ayo Adebanjo and Chief Edwin Clark would not be supporting his ambition if it were about money.
“There are others who can give billions to the elders and leaders, but I have no money to give. I have a strong desire to change the country,” he stated.
Obi vowed his government would do things differently in the country.
“I will make Sambisa Forest an Agric village and also explore the tourism sector and address the spate of insecurity,” he said.