Atiku, Tinubu’s Ambition Threatened as Peter Obi Gets Highest Endorsement for Presidential


The leadership of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has vowed to flush out leaders he described as failures in 2023 by voting for the Labour Party (LP). NLC President, Ayuba Wabba, pledged that 12 million Nigerian workers will vote for Labour Party at the 2023 general elections, Leadership reported.

NLC will vote massively for Peter Obi, Wabba declares Wabba spoke on Monday, September 12, as legal luminary Femi Falana (SAN) said NLC, the Trade Union Congress (TUC) and other affiliate groups which have the largest structure most mobilise Nigerians so that they can take over power.

Falana’s comment followed that of Wabba who said organized labour 12 million members would activate their structures in all the 774 local governments for LP presidential candidate Peter Obi,

NLC and Labour Party, to redefine Nigeria politics, says Barr Julius Abure At the commencement of a two-day Labour Party National Retreat tagged: “Nigeria at a Crossroads; Labour Party as the only option,” LP national chairman, Barr Julius Abure said they were out to redefine how politics should work in Nigeria.

He affirmed: “We have had successive failed leadership. Nigeria is a country that is richly blessed. All we need is effective leadership for effective performance. What is worse now is insecurity, hunger and children are home without schools. It is obvious that something needs to be done if we must not continue this way.”

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