The former minister of state for health, Fidelis Nwankwo, has urged the thronging Labour Party, LP, and Obidient movement supporters in Ebonyi State to have full faith in the country's judicial system, insisting that Peter Obi will be declared the winner by the Court.
On February 25, 2023, the nation conducted its most recent presidential election. According to Nwankwo, a former National Commissioner for the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), only the courts have the power to right any potential wrongs.
Immediately following his meeting with stakeholders and hordes of LP and Obidient movement members at his Amagu estate in Abakaliki, the capital of Ebonyi State, the former council chairman of the Izzi LGA gave this information to the media.
The former minister's campaign for the state governorship received backing from both the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the Labour Party (LP).
Nwankwo, who discussed his political career, stated that he would continue to be a member of the Labour Party and that Nigeria's incoming president, Peter Obi, has the ability and smarts to expand and reorganize the nation's economy.
The judiciary should right the wrongs the APC perpetrated in the most recent presidential and national assembly elections, he claimed, in response to Nigerians' prayers. Mr. Peter Obi was selected by Nigerians as their nominee. He will be declared the victor and elected president of Nigeria.
Nwankwo apologized to the Obidient movement members in the state and the LP's adoring crowd of supporters who had approached him about running for governor.
He did, however, counsel the supporters to vote in large numbers for both their preferred candidates for governor and party candidates running for the Ebonyi State House of Assembly.
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