June 13, 2024

The Labour Party, LP, has characterized the 2023 general elections as a quest to free Nigeria, as expressed by the beleaguered national chairman, Julius Abure, during the formation of caretaker committees for Lagos State’s 20 local governments.

Abure asserted that President Bola Tinubu lacks the competence to reform the nation, highlighting the current state of the country as evidence.

He contended, “It’s not about power, but its utilization. They have gained power, but what have they achieved? How costly is petrol now, compared to when they took over?”

“As their tenure progressed, insecurity and hardship escalated. They lack the solutions to our issues.”

Abure maintained that only Peter Obi has viable solutions and criticized the ruling party’s age, energy, intellectual capacity, and education.

Additionally, Abure pledged the Labour Party’s triumph in the Presidential Election Petition Court, citing the party’s success in the 2023 Lagos State elections.

He acknowledged the transformation the LP’s participation has brought to Nigeria’s political landscape, thanking Lagos residents for supporting the cause.

“The journey to liberate Nigeria has just begun. We’re committed to leading and persevering for a new Nigeria.”

“Once the verdict is delivered, we’ll celebrate here and establish a government of the people.”

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