LP crisis: Why Peter Obi visited Julius Abure – Spokesman, Tanko clears air

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The media team for Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s presidential candidate in the general elections of 2023, has provided clarification regarding his Tuesday visitation to the party secretariat.

According to some sources, Obi was at the secretariat endorsing Julius Abure as the Labour Party’s chairman.

However, a statement endorsed by spokesperson Dr. Yunusa Tanko stated that Obi’s visit was not meant to promote any individual.

During the visit, Julius Abure had mentioned in his address that Obi had visited his office; Obi explained this in his speech and advocated for peace.

“Leadership of NLC/TUC Political Arm Comrades Titus Amba and Chris Uyot, who were informed of Obi travelling out today, hence will honour their invitation, also met with him, and extensively discussed same peace move with them,” the statement added.

“Obi had repeatedly maintained that his interest was to carry everybody along into one strong family, and not to support one against the other.

“In all his meetings with with all stakeholders, he has always maintained peace, and urged not to lose purpose which is to free Nigerians from suffering and pain.

“The LP standards bearer plans to continue meeting with critical stakeholders and groups to achieve all-inclusive political family with a common dream of rescuing Nigeria.”

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