The Labor Party, LP, presidential candidate in the last general election, Mr. Peter Obi, has said that no one can force him to flee Nigeria.
He said his party was committed to creating a new Nigeria, adding that too many ‘thieves’ were causing suffering to the masses, and vowed his party was committed to purging these people in the political system. rule of the country.
He said he would not give up until these people were directed to the political authorities in the country.
The former Governor of Anambra, who spoke yesterday at the Onitsha Holiday Resort, Onitsha, where he appealed to voters in Saturday’s by-election in the Ogbaru Federal Constituency, criticized that the citizens of the country have difficulty getting around, adding that there is a lot of suffering in the country.
Obi had earlier embarked on a campaign tour of the vicinity of the constituency where the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will hold a by-election to determine the winner. final victory for the federal election seat. At the many places where he introduced the LP candidate in the constituency, Afam Ogene, to the people of the area, Obi, who was accompanied by Senator-elect Tony Nwoye, and Mr. Oseloka Obaze, spoke to everyone. who that Ogene committed to himself. (Obi) to “build a new Nigeria” and tell people “I’m here to beg you to vote for us, vote for Labor, vote for Afam Ogene, we will support him and he will rebuild here (Ogbaru).”
“Remember I built all these roads here when I was governor, if you vote for us in the new election on Saturday, we’ll be back to thank you; Afam Ogene will grow here,” he said.
Meanwhile, INEC, after the February 25 Presidential and National Assembly elections, declared the elections in the Ogbaru Federal Constituency to be inconclusive, citing the commission’s inability to hold elections. polling station at about 45 polling stations, said she was unable to deploy election materials at some polling stations. due to violence while elections in some places were canceled due to bad practices.