The Silent Strategy: Peter Obi and Atiku Abubakar’s Impact on New Nigeria


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By Nkiruka Nistoran

In the dynamic political landscape of Nigeria, two figures have recently stood out for their unique approach to the challenges facing the nation. Peter Obi, with his silence, and Atiku Abubakar, with his tweets, have both managed to stir the pot in their own distinct ways.

The Power of Silence

Peter Obi, a seasoned politician and former Governor of Anambra State, has chosen a path less traveled by many in his position – the path of silence. This silence, however, should not be mistaken for inaction or indifference. On the contrary, it is a strategic move that has left the enemies of a new Nigeria in a state of disarray.

Obi’s silence is not the absence of voice, but rather a loud statement in itself. It is a testament to his belief in actions speaking louder than words. His silence is a mirror reflecting the state of the nation, forcing those opposed to progress to confront the reality of their actions and the consequences thereof.

This silence is giving the enemies of a new Nigeria heartbreak. It is a silent indictment of their actions and a call for accountability. It is a reminder that the path to a new Nigeria is not paved with empty rhetoric but with concrete actions and tangible results.

The Tweet that Shook the Nation

On the other end of the spectrum, we have Atiku Abubakar, former Vice President and a prominent figure in Nigerian politics. Unlike Obi, Abubakar has chosen to voice his opinions and thoughts openly, using the power of social media to reach millions.

A recent tweet from Abubakar has put the enemies of a new Nigeria in a state of confusion. The tweet, though simple in its wording, carried a profound message that resonated with many Nigerians. It was a call to action, a plea for unity, and a reminder of the potential that Nigeria holds if its people come together for a common cause.

The tweet served as a wake-up call for those who have been complacent in the face of the challenges plaguing the nation. It was a reminder that the power to change the course of the nation lies not just in the hands of its leaders, but also in the hands of its people.


In their own unique ways, Peter Obi and Atiku Abubakar are shaping the narrative of a new Nigeria. Obi, with his silence, is forcing a reflection on actions and consequences. Abubakar, with his tweets, is stirring a conversation on unity and potential.

Their approaches may differ, but their goal is the same – a new Nigeria, free from corruption, division, and stagnation. A Nigeria where every citizen has a voice, where every action is accountable, and where the potential of the nation and its people is realized to the fullest. This is the heartbreak of the enemies and the hope of the friends of a new Nigeria.


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