2023 Presidency: Labour Party Leaks Peter Obi’s Winning Strategy

2023 Presidency: Labour Party Leaks Peter Obi’s Winning Strategy


The Labour Party’s campaign organisation has spoken about the strategy Peter Obi, the party’s presidential candidate, will be relying on for victory in the coming election.

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Yinusa Tanko, the spokesperson of the Obi-Datti campaign organisation, on Friday, January 6, revealed that Obi is relying on the public across Nigeria to win the presidential election, Vanguard reports.

Tanko explained that the structure the party and its flagbearer are talking about is the youths, artisans, NLC, TUC, pensioners, the common Nigerian hoping for good governance for years, and the oppressed masses.

He added that the party has galvanized these structures ahead of the February 25 presidential election.

Speaking further, Tanko boasted that of all the frontline candidates, Obi is the best which is why he is not trying to buy votes of the electorate.

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In fact, Tanko claimed that Obi’s campaigns are being funded by youths and citizens who have a natural love for him.

His words:

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“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.

“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 percent of Nigerian youths are behind him.”

Source: Legit.ng




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