Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s nominee for president in the general elections of 2023, has informed party members that the majority of recent reports about him are untrue, referring to them as “rumours.”
This was stated by Peter Obi on Monday during his remarks at the party’s rally in Edo State prior to the state’s local government elections….CONTINUE READING
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He was reportedly in talks with Atiku Abubakar and Rabiu Kwankwaso for a potential merger to unseat the incumbent All Progressives Congress in the 2027 presidential election, according to reports that went viral just 24 hours prior.
A report surfaced on Monday that the trio of Atiku Abubakar, Peter Obi and Rabiu Kwankwaso were in talks on the possibility of a coalition to wrestle power from the APC in the coming 2027 election.
The report claimed that the trio had decided to wait and watch the outcome of the election petitions in court, which would determine their next line of action.
However, assuring party loyalists and supporters of his commitment to the continuous growth of the party, he noted that the party will continue to grow stronger and better in the midst of detractors.
He added that he and the party leadership are committed to building a better and stronger Nigeria if given the opportunity to steer the country’s reins of power.
He said, “Labour Party will continue to grow. We will continue to go stronger (and) better. Half of the things you are hearing everywhere are rumours, don’t listen to them. We are committed to building a better and a new Nigeria where we will move Nigeria from consumption to production.”...CONTINUE READING