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Labour Party Sends Strong Message To Supporters Ahead Of Guber Polls

The Delta Labour Party (LP) has encouraged supporters to resist political thugs and ensure their votes are counted in the state’s gubernatorial and House of Assembly elections on March 18.

The advise was given by LP chairman Tony Ezeagwu on Thursday during a Day Unity Summit organized by the party in collaboration with the Nigeria Ministers in Politics.

Addressing party members, Ezeagwu stated that some political parties have mortgaged the country under the pretext of having leadership experience.

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He went on to say that LP didn’t believe in experience, but in politicians who could change the country’s prevailing narratives.


He urged people to vote for all LP candidates in the state in order to free Delta from oppression.

The party leader criticised the existing monetary policies in the country, describing it as regrettable.

Citizens, he claims, are now purchasing naira notes using naira.

“LP is only providing candidates that will change the system unlike the parties that believe in experience.

“We must try and liberate the country and Delta from those who have “experience”.

“I encourage you to take the bull by the horn. Be serious with whatever you are doing. If they give you huge money, collect it because it is our money.

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“However, vote your conscience so that at the end, they will be ashamed that even with their money, they could not win,” he said.

Mr Ezeagwu, on the other hand, exhorted the people to persevere and warned them against collecting pitiful money in order not to mortgage their future.

“Build your spirit and mind that this peanut you are collecting cannot help you. Have confidence that we are already at the Osadebe (Government House) in Asaba,” he said.



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