According to Nation News reports, it was reported that state chairmen of the Labour Party (LP) have declared that the presidential candidate of the party, Peter Obi, cannot win on Saturday.
It was also reported that they said this is because Peter Obi has neglected the 36 state chairmen in the running of campaign and mobilization activities.
The Nation News also reported that the Labour Party state chairmen also accused the former Anambra governor of failing to recognize the important role of the 36 state chapters’ leadership but choosing to work with cronies and support groups.
According to one of his statements, the Gombe State LP chairman and co-ordinating chairman for the 36 States, Sani Abdulsalam, said that "these recent actions taken by Peter Obi could negatively affect his presidential ambitions in the forthcoming general election."
"Moreover, he hasn't gained the support of many Nigerians." "He only has the support of his kinsmen and not all Nigerians."
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"There are still some unresolved crises in our party because the money meant for the mobilization of poll agents was withheld by the national chairman, Julius Abure." He said
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