• The APC in the South West lost some of its senior members to the Labor Party on Wednesday 1 February.
  • This also happened to the SDP and PDP in Ondo State, precisely at Akoko South-East/Akoko South-West LGA
  • Defectors claim that both the APC and PDP have plunged Nigerians into hardship and that only Peter Obi can save them.

ondó – Some leaders of the All Progressives Congress, the Peoples Democratic Party and the Social Democratic Party in the Akoko South East/Akoko South West federal constituency of Ondo defected to Labor on Wednesday 1 February.

The chiefs also declared their relentless support for Peter Obi, the LP’s presidential candidate, during a rally at Isua Akoko, the seat of the south-eastern Akoko local government area, The Punch reports.

Peter Obi is expanding the territory of his political support to the southwest (Photo: Peter Obi, @tsg2023)
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A leader of the defectors who turned out to be a former APC House hopeful, Stephen Adeyeri, explained that his decision was influenced by Obi’s enviable record and his well-thought-out plan to save Nigeria from its many predicaments.

In Adeyeri’s opinion, the masses are tired of the PDP and APC, which, according to him, have failed miserably.

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Thus, he stated that Obi is the best candidate among all the candidates and LP is the place to be.

His words:

“Obi is the candidate to beat because he has proven to be competent among other candidates. The records of him, although he had influence in Anambra are in the public domain, he did not obtain all of this through subterfuge but through hard work.

“I am here to sell Obi’s candidacy to my supporters, and told them the reason why he should be elected, particularly his plans to move the country from consumer to production status.”

He stated that it would be “absurd if those who weaponized poverty on innocent residents get away with it again.”

Peter Obi surpasses Atiku and Tinubu in the last online poll before the 2023 election

A new poll completed on Monday January 31 by Nigerians Decide, an independent research think tank based in the United States of America, indicates that Peter Obi of the Labor Party is the preferred candidate to win next month’s presidential election. .

Obi polled 1,856,537 to lead his closest rivals, Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP), who polled 1,539,568 votes.

Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) garnered 1,486,401 votes, and Rabiu Kwankwaso of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) garnered 12,907 votes.

Source: Legit.ng