LP Sends Strong Message To Supporters Ahead Of Elections
The Labour Party (LP) in Delta has urged supporters to resist political thugs and ensure their votes count in the March 18, governorship and House of Assembly elections in the state.
The LP chairman Tony Ezeagwu, gave the advice on Thursday at a Day Unity Summit organised by the party in conjunction with the Nigeria Ministers in Politics.
Addressing the party supporters, Ezeagwu said that the country had been mortgaged by some political parties in the guise of having leadership experience.
He added that LP did not believe in experience, but in candidates that had the capability to change the current narratives in the country.
He urged the people to vote for all LP candidates in the state to liberate Delta from the shackles of oppression.
The party chairman decried the current monetary policy in the country, describing it as unfortunate.
According to him, citizens are now buying naira notes with the 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.
“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, however, urged the people to remain steadfast and warned them against collecting miserable money so as 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.