Peter Obi with some stakeholders in the Labour Party
Photo; Uche Ndeke/Radio Nigeria
The Presidential candidate of the Labour Party in the just concluded elections, Mr Peter Obi has called on House of Assembly hopefuls under the party to go about their campaigns in a quiet, organised and peaceful manner before the march 18th general election.
Obi shortly after having a meeting with all the Labour Party candidates and winners of National Assembly elections in Anambra state, urged the candidates to go all out and campaign so that when they win they will contribute to building a better Anambra.
Responding to questions from Journalists, the Labour Party Presidential Candidate said he has no issues with Governor Chukwuma Soludo but rather they remain best of friends with only political differences.
The two time former Governor of Anambra state enjoined the Labour party candidates to support the governor Soludo led administration by making laws and appropriations that would help to improve on education, health, and infrastructure when they win the March 18th election .
He therefore urged Nigerians not to see election as war but rather an opportunity to elect credible leaders who will better the lots of the people especially the youths.
Reporting by Uche Ndeke; Editing by Oluwaseyi Ajibade & Adeniyi Bakare