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Ozokwor, Iyere, others kick-off FUND40MB
Donation Campaign



THE FUND40MB Donation Campaign was officially flagged off yesterday at Victoria Island in Lagos State, as a global political donor fundraising movement aimed to help create and build the “War chest” or operational funds needed by the major support groups of Peter and also for other credible candidates across party lines vying to be elected as governors or lawmakers in the 2023 general elections, as well as to generate sufficient funds which will be deployed to enable various NGOs and CSOs working to address the existing and potential threats of voter apathy, violence and vote-rigging.

  Comrade Kennedy Iyere, who is a frontline humanitarian activist and a high-profile social entrepreneur is the initiator and chief fundraiser of the FUND40MB Donation Campaign.

  He said the campaign is being championed globally in collaboration with another pro-Obi support group driven by top Nigerian superstars, known as Celebrities For Peter Obi, convened and headed by Patience Ozokwor, popularly known as “MAMA G”.

  According to Comrade Iyere, the FUND40MB Donation Campaign will drive its efforts across the globe in order to  fundraise and generate adequate operational funds for the major support groups of Peter Obi, especially Peter Obi Support Network (POSN), TakeBackNaija, Peter Obi Movement, PPGN, Women For Peter Obi, Like Minds For Peter Obi, Northern Coalition For Peter Obi, Up North Ambassadors for Obi-Datti, Peter Obi Movement Diaspora and 9JA, Docs&Medics 4 Peter Obi, Peter Obi Vanguard Ambassadors and Physically Challenged Persons For Obi-Datti.

  Iyere also reiterated that apart from the above-outlined Peter Obi support groups, several NGOs, CSOs, FBOs, cooperative groups and other social networks shall likewise benefit from the FUND40MB Donation Campaign because they will derive a share of the funds generated in order to enable them to address certain existing threats that may hinder the credibility of the electoral processes and outcomes, particularly the risks of human rights violation, electoral violence and vote-rigging, among others.

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  “This fundraising drive will be taken from door to door, neighbourhood to neighbourhood, city to city, coast to coast and country to country, until we hit our target or goal,  which is to ensure that sufficient funds are fundraised, generated and mobilised for the support groups of Peter Obi and other credible guber and parliamentary candidates across party lines, as well as for NGOs, CSOs, FBOs and other related groups pragmatically working for Nigeria’s peaceful and credible democratic transition in 2023”, says Iyere.

  Also, Patience Ozowor, popularly known as “MAMA G”, declared that the FUND40MB Donation Campaign will generate sufficient funds to support the “Obedient Movement” in the efforts to enforce the victory of Peter Obi in 2023. Ozokwor appealed to Nigerians and global donors to make sacrificial and generous donations into the account which she displayed to journalists. “For the sake of our children’s future and posterity, please donate to assist this cause, Peter Obi must be elected Nigeria’s president in 2023, else the country may go into extinction”, declared Ozokwor.

  Both Comrade Iyere and Patience Ozokwor had earlier affirmed that among the presidential candidates vying for election in 2023, Peter Obi remains the best and only option for Nigeria. Other Veteran and top rated celebrities also rendered mind-blowimg remarks designed to compel the interest, conscience and minds of Nigerians and global donors towards making sacrificial and generous financial contributions in support of the FUND40MB Donation Campaign.These superstars include Charles Oputa (popularly known as Charley Boy or Area Father), Emeka Rollas, Paul Obazele, Alex Osifo, Klint Da Drunk, Ime Bishop (Okon), John Okafor(Mr Ibu), Jerry Williams, Rita Arum, Joyce Kalu and Steve Eboh.

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  Emmanuel Ijewere, former Chairman of ICAN, was the Special Guest of Honour at the high-profile event, and gave a heart-warming goodwill remarks. Dr T.J Eherim also visited from Johannesburg, South Africa and was also a special guest.

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