Connect with us

Politics

Video: Peter Obi, Party Chairman Hold Meeting With Labour Party Senators, House of Rep Members-elect

Published

on

at

Video: Peter Obi, Party Chairman Holds Meeting With Labour Party Senators, House of Rep Members-elect

The Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi on Tuesday held a meeting with the newly-elected Senators and House of Representatives members on the platform of the party.

The meeting also had in attendance the Labour Party National Chairman, Barrister Julius Abure and other leaders of the party.

Naija News recalls the Labour Party, during the February 25 presidential and national assembly election, won six senatorial seats and 34 seats in the House of Representatives.

The feat makes Labour the third most popular party in the 10th National Assembly.

Advertisement

Below is the video.

We Thought The ‘Obidient’ And Peter Obi Wave Was A Joke

Former Minister of information, Labaran Maku has revealed that both the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) assumed Peter Obi would not make much progress in the 2023 presidential election.

He however stated that the achievements of Peter Obi, the Labour Party (LP), and the obidient movement shocked the two leading parties in Nigeria.

Advertisement

Speaking on Channels TV Sunrise Daily, Maku on Tuesday submitted that they thought Peter Obi doesn’t have the structure to win elections but the outcome of the 2023 presidential election cleared their doubts as the youths showed initiative and took advantage of the situation.

The former Minister spoke against the backdrop of the defeat suffered by both the PDP and APC in the hands of the Labour Party in Nasarawa State during the February 25 presidential election.

He said truly the PDP was defeated in Nasarawa but the APC was even more defeated given the fact that the party’s national chairman, Abdullahi Adamu is from the state and the party also has an incumbent Governor in power.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Maku, who is a PDP chieftain submitted that both parties underestimated the Labour Party but the APC performed more woefully in Nasarawa State given the advantages that should have worked in its favour.

Passionate writer, content provider, inspired by the opportunity to learn new things.