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PDP Crisis: Labour Party Discussing With Wike, Others To Support Peter Obi

The Labour Party (LP) leadership is trying to persuade Nyesom Wike, the governor of Rivers State, and some other important parties to back Peter Obi, who is the party’s nominee for president in the 2023 election.

This information was provided by Valentine Ozigbo, a former PDP candidate for governor of Anambra State who has now joined the Labour Party.

According to, he announced this on Friday outside of the Labour Party’s stakeholders meeting in Awka.

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The LP may be considering capitalizing on the PDP’s present problem, which has split the Wike camp from the Atiku Abubakar camp as the party’s presidential nominee.


In his declaration, Ozigbo pleaded with the electorate to avoid being duped by people who would buy their votes with pennies and then put them through hardship for the following four years.

The party’s leader asked the populace to back Obi, noting that Obi is the candidate whom most Nigerians believe should be elected.

In his words, “It has become clear that Peter Obi is the choice of every segment of the Nigerian populace for the presidency of this country in the coming election. It is now incumbent on us to let those who don’t have the influence of the social media, who are influenced by money, learn that the little money they get that will not last for two weeks is not enough to sacrifice the whole of the next four years; that if they are in a position to resist the money, they should resist it, but, if they can’t resist it, they should take the money and vote wisely.

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“Now, let me say this. We are open to discussing with other parties. Naturally, we will like to see the Labour Party in the entirety of the Senate, House of Reps and state assemblies. That should be our first option.”


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