The African Democratic Congress (ADC) in Rivers State has pledged its support for the Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, Mr. Peter Obi, ahead of the February 25th election by donating its 5,000 agents to work for his victory in the state. Tonye Ibraye, the Governorship Candidate of ADC in the state, announced the endorsement during a press conference in Port Harcourt.
Ibraye urged party members in the state to support Obi, citing his legacy as a former governor and his manifesto as the reasons why he is the best candidate to lead the country in the next four years.
In his words: “I am pleased to be here today to announce my endorsement of Peter Obi, the Labour Party candidate for the upcoming election. As many of you may know, my party, ADC, has endorsed Mr. Peter Obi as their preferred candidate, after careful consideration and discussion, to support this auspicious move. Furthermore, I would like to announce that we will be giving Mr. Obi access to my 5,000 polling agents to support him."
Ibraye expressed confidence that Obi would be able to reach more voters and spread his messages of hope and change across the country with the help of the 5,000 polling agents.
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