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2023: This Is Who We’re Relying On To Win Election – Peter Obi

According to Yinusa Tanko, the spokeswoman for the Obi-Datti campaign, Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s presidential candidate, relied on the oppressed people of Nigeria to win the presidential election on February 25.

He also said that Obi’s chances in the state will not be impacted by the party’s governorship candidate defecting in the Osun election on July 16, 2022.

Speaking before the party’s Saturday presidential campaign event in Osogbo, Tanko asserted that Obi had a higher chance of winning the election than the other contenders.

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“The defection of Lasun Yusuf from the Labour Party to the Peoples Democratic Party does not affect us in any way, we have our structure over time. Immediately after the defection of Lasun, the party has gone back to galvanize the structure of the party all over the state.


“The structure we are talking about are the youths, artisans, NLC, TUC, pensioners, the common man not served for decades, and the oppressed masses. We’ve galvanized these structures for the battle ahead which is the 2023 General Election for Peter Obi.

“Out of all the presidential contestants, Nigerians trust only Obi, he is the only candidate that is not buying votes, you could see the love expressed by youths and Nigerians who are spending their resources for his campaign.

“Obi has capacity, character, consistency, compassion and commitment to nationhood. He has been able to make a mantra from consumption to production. He is the only governor that left 75 billion in confers of state government.

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“We are taking the centre of the city of Osogbo at Freedom park for Obi’s campaign. Peter Obi’s support group are in large numbers in Osun state and over 71 per cent of Nigerian youths are behind him”, he said.


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