The Labour Party, LP, presidential candidate, Peter Obi has reiterated that he will explore all ways to ensure that he reclaim his alleged stolen mandate.
Obi stated this while speaking during a Labour Party stakeholders’ meeting in Awka.
The former Anambra state governor vowed to explore all legal options in ensuring he reclaims his mandate.
Recall that Obi came third in the February 25th presidential election.
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The Labour Party presidential candidate was defeated by the President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress, APC, and Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.
Since the declaration of Tinubu as the winner of the poll by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Obi had insisted he won the election, as headed to court to contest the outcome of the poll.
In a tweet via his verified Twitter about the meeting, Obi stated, “Earlier, I interacted with the Anambra State Labour Party Stakeholders in Awka. The meeting was quite animated and constructive. Part of our discussions centred on the way forward for the party.
“I reassured them of my readiness to go all the way, explore every available legal option to ensure that we get our mandate back. I appreciated all their support so far, as I assured them of mine. PO,” he added.
May Day: Obi hails Nigerian workers, urges steadfastness
The standard bearer of the Labour Party in the February 25 presidential election, Mr Peter Obi, has felicitated with Nigerian workers on the occasion of the Workers’ Day celebration.
Obi called on workers to hold onto those values that encourage productivity in the nation and urged them to remain steadfast.
In his message to workers, Obi admonished Nigerian workers to see their jobs as channels for contributing to nation-building. He explained that the nation would grow and develop more if Nigerians understood that the task of nation-building was for everyone.
He noted that Nigeria is gifted with a hardworking workforce, desirous of the country’s development. He saluted workers for continuing to labour for the nation not minding the poor workers’ welfare condition in the nation.
While encouraging workers not to be disheartened by the many challenges that, according to him, pervade the economic and political space of the nation, Obi urged everyone to remain focused on building a more productive and prosperous nation, which, he said, was part of the offerings of the New Nigeria.
“I want to assure you that the forces of darkness that have held this nation bound for long, will not continue to have their way. We are determined to take back our nation for good and we are not giving up. I urge you all to remain steadfast. The sun of justice, peace, and development will soon shine on our nation,” Obi concluded