2023 - "I'm Counting on You to Defeat the APC and PDP," Peter Obi Informs Youths, Market Women


2023 - "I'm Counting on You to Defeat the APC and PDP," Peter Obi Informs Youths, Market Women

 The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), according to Peter Obi, the Labour Party's presidential candidate, would not win the 2023 election because the parties "have expired and lost their political significance in the country."

He told this to journalists shortly after a meeting with Labour Party leaders and members in Abeokuta, the state capital of Ogun.

Following its unwillingness to zone the Presidential ticket to the South, Obi, who just abandoned his membership in the main opposition party, claimed the PDP walked out of fortune and triumph.

Obi, speaking through his campaign Director General, Dr. Doyin Okupe, chastised the PDP for abandoning the party's zoning scheme, calling it "unrighteous and unjust."

Those opposed to zoning in the PDP, he claims, have jeopardised the party's existence and have broken the gentleman agreement of the party's founding fathers.

Obi stated that he is counting on Nigeria's workforce, youths, and market women to defeat the APC and PDP in the general elections of 2023.

"The PDP was a true party put together by our elders and leaders," he remarked. The instant those who came yesterday and stated rotation doesn't matter undermined the very essence of the PDP's existence, the PDP stepped out of line of fortune, future, and success since it had suddenly become unrighteous and unjust. No unfair and evil pillar will be able to stand. 

The PDP was a good platform, but it is no longer available. The APC was never a good platform, thus it's irrelevant. The two parties are no longer relevant, as they are no longer relevant to the new things that Nigerians and youths are seeking for. 

The Labour Party is still a small party in the grand scheme of things, but we were aware of that before we moved here. The Labour Party, on the other hand, is a sleeping behemoth. The Labour Party's potential electorate is more than three times the combined membership of the APC and PDP. 

The Labour Party includes the NLC, TUC, NURTW, market women, professional organisations, and students. 

The NLC has a membership of about 5 million, the TUC has a membership of about 8 to 10 million, the number of students enrolled in Federal universities is about 2.5 million, and those who are not enrolled in Federal universities are about 6.7 million, so when you add it all up, you're looking at about 20 reserved voters who are directly affiliated with the Labour Party.

"Our plan is to reawaken the Nigerian workforce. Nigeria will witness something unprecedented; we will humiliate the APC and PDP."


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