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2023: Labour Party Still In Talks With Kwankwaso, Others – Okupe

by Victor Ndubuisi

Doyin Okupe, Director General of the Labour Party (LP) Presidential Campaign Council, said the party is still in talks with the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) presidential candidate Rabiu Kwankwaso and others about creating an alliance.

Earlier this year, there were rumours that Kwankwaso and Labour Party presidential candidate Peter Obi were discussing a possible coalition. The relocation, however, did not take place.

Nonetheless, Okupe stated that the LP is still seeking an alliance with Kwankwaso and other parties.

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“As a party, at our own campaign level, we are talking to SDP; we are talking to even Kwankwaso and his team again. We are talking to PRP and ADC,” he said on Channels Television’s Hard Copy, a prerecorded show aired on Friday.


“I believe and I trust that God will help us that between now and December, we would bring together that alignment politically in the country and the country would be better for it.”

According to him, the move is to ensure that “whoever wins is not just winning on a sole effort; we are winning with the cooperation of many of as many groups as possible”.

He also dismissed criticisms over Obi’s visits to some power brokers in the country, saying it was meant solely for “carrying everybody along” in the scheme of things.

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“Somebody won an election in this country, he did not rule. He was loved by Nigerians but some stakeholders stopped that. We have to avoid that by carrying everybody along, “Okupe added.

“Even if they don’t agree with us initially, let them not oppose us; let them not see us as enemies. We are not enemies of anybody, a group, or any part of the country. We are just a sect of people who mean well for the country…”



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