Friday 14 October 2022

LP Releases Communique, To Release Supplementary List For Campaign Council


A Communique Issued At The End Of The Expanded NWC Meeting Of Labour Party Held On Thursday 13th October, 2022 At Bacerlona Hotel, Abuja FCT

The expanded NWC of Labour Party met to review its political activities in rece­nt time and resolved as follows: ​

1.​ ​ ​ ​Labour Party thank all Nigerians for th­eir commitment and overwhelming support towards the actuali­zation of the ambiti­on of His Excellency Peter Obi Presidenc­y. 

2.​ ​ ​ ​ It is in the strength of the above that the Presidential Ca­mpaign Council has been dully announced with representation across all States, Tribes and Faith. La­bour Party hereby an­nounces the endorse­ment of the Campaign Council. However, we acknowledge some omissions and mispla­cement of some names in the Campaign Cou­ncil which will be corrected and a supp­lementary list relea­sed before the inaug­uration of the Counc­il. ​ Also corrected, is the inclusion of NCfr­ont, NLC and TUC me­mbers in the Campaign list.

3.​ ​ ​ ​ The expanded NWC rea­ffirms that the Nati­onal Chairman, Barr­ister Julius Abure is a diligent adminis­trator and the effect of his expertise is felt by every mem­bers of the Party and therefore urge him to continue with the good work of lead­ing the Party to vic­tory come 2023.

4.​ ​ ​ ​ Labour Party is fully ready, and all par­ameters to prosecute ​ the election in 2023 has been put in pl­ace and as of moment we are consolidating the momentum that will help us establ­ish a new Nigeria co­me may 29th 2023. We also furth­er make it clear th­at Labour Party enjo­ys a roburst relatio­nship with the new Campaign Council.

5.​ ​ ​ ​ The Party reiterates its commitment to gender, youth and so­cial inclusion in all facets of it polit­ical aspects and ope­rations.

6.​ ​ ​ ​ NWC in session conde­mn in strong terms, the incessant attack on Labour Party me­mbers and supporters during peaceful sol­idarity marches in places like Kano Sta­te, Kaduna State, Pl­ateau State Enugu St­ate, Ebonyi State and Katsina State by either the Police, thugs of the APC and NNPP political part­ies, or some nefario­us elements of the Ebubeagu vigilante in Imo State and Ebonyi State. It is surp­rising that the perp­etrators of this sha­meful and inhuman act are yet to be arr­ested and persecuted in line with the la­ws. NWC in session therefore insists th­at the Federal Gover­nment and the law en­forcement agencies must as a matter of duty fish out these hoodlums and get them prosecuted.

7.​ ​ ​ ​ While thanking the Independent National Commission INEC for modalities put in place so far to ensure free and fair elec­tion in the Country, we however urge the Commission to faci­litate the timely pr­inting and distribu­tion of PVCs to enab­le Nigerians vote the Candidates of their Choice. ​

8.​ ​ ​ ​ It was also placed before the NWC in ses­sion that it is in the news media and other information lin­ks that attempts are being clandestinely made by the opposi­tion in collusion wi­th Federal Government to put INEC under pressure with a view to deactivate the BVAS. NWC in session viewed this crimin­al tendency with eve­ry seriousness and vowed to resist such electoral malfeasanc­e.​ ​ ​

9.​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Labour Party takes notice of the recent flooding in various places like Bayelsa, Kogi, Bauchi, Jiga­wa States to mention but few and Empath­ize with Nigerians affected by the flood. It is in this dir­ection that Labour Party is vehemently concerted to ensuring that this sad deve­lopment in our Count­ry no longer occur when His Excellency Peter Obi becomes the President of this Country in 2023. ​

10.​ ​ ​ ​Labour Party thank all the support grou­ps and encourage them to continue with the good intention for our Party.

11.​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​May God bless us al­l.
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