Peter Obi Finally Speaks On Leaving Labour Party

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Presidential Candidate of the Labour Party in the 2023 General Elections, Peter Obi, has categorically rejected claims that he intends to depart from the party. According to a statement released by his Media Aide, Michael Jude Nwolisa, such reports are false and originated from “mischief makers” seeking to sow discord within the party.

Obi emphasized that he remains committed to the Labour Party and is focused on rebuilding Nigeria rather than engaging in partisan politics after the conclusion of the recent elections.

According to a statement signed by Obi’s Media Aide, Michael Jude Nwolisa, on Friday, the POMR expressed its wish to vehemently “dismiss trending fake and fallacious news stories suggesting that he was parting ways with the Labour Party.

“This is not true and it did not originate from Obi or the Obidient Movement but from mischief makers bent on sowing the seed of discord in the party.

“These rising misdemeanors on the party did not start today as they set out to destroy and disorganize the party all to get at Obi and derail the inevitable journey of rescuing Nigeria.

“Presently our principal is preoccupied with making Nigeria work not on partisan politics which ended on October 26, 2023, when the Supreme Court of the land took their final decision on the general elections.’’

Despite having faced challenges throughout his political journey, including the breakaway from the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) prior to the 2023 elections, Obi has maintained a strong presence within the Labour Party, building a formidable coalition across regions and establishing the viability of third-party candidacies in Nigeria.

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