The Labor Party’s 2023 presidential candidate, Peter Obi, has advised Nigerians to ensure they expel the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Obi, while speaking at a campaign rally in Asaba, the Delta state capital, on Monday, January 9, said that APC and PDP went a cumulative 24 years without delivering anything to Nigerians.
The former governor of Anambra State said that he has crossed parties with chicken, umbrellas and other logos without profit and that 2023 is a time for Nigerians to get rid of extreme poverty and hunger, lack of work, electricity, water, gasoline and the unsafety.
Obi added that if Nigerians elect him president in 2023, Nigerians will be led to mandates of bold ideas for the economic, infrastructure and security transformation of the nation.
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“Datti and I have chosen to renew Nigeria. We will unite this country and make it work. We will move the country from consumption to production. No more strike at the universities again. They said that our youth are useless, we will protect them.
“The police will become your friend, no more harassment. Why are the Warri refinery and ports not working? They will work again. Don’t let anyone tell you ‘it’s my turn’. It is the turn of Nigerians to take charge through the Labor Party with PVC”.
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The Labor Party’s request to use a state-owned stadium in Ebonyi for its campaign has been approved.
The approval was expressly made by the state governor, David Umahi, before the scheduled date for the Labor Party campaign.
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Umahi also warned against denying opposition political parties access to government-owned facilities.
Finally, the Labor Party reacts to the support of Obasanjo, Edwin Clark to the presidential candidacy of Peter Obi in 2023
The recent endorsement of Peter Obi by a former president, Olusegun Obasanjo, and an elderly statesman, Edwin Clark, has continued to provoke reactions.
The Labor Party, the political platform under which Peter Obi is running for the 2023 presidency, has also reacted.
According to the party, more endorsements are expected from top political leaders and well-meaning Nigerians.