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2023: 85% Of PDP Supporters Will Vote For Peter Obi – Ononuju

Posted by Thandiubani on Mon 31st Oct, 2022 - tori.ng

Questioned on the probability of the Labour Party turning out like the PDP sometime in the nearest future, Ononoju replied that such won’t happen as the party would always be about Nigerians and what the people want.

 
A chieftain of the Labour Party (LP), Katch Ononuju has spoken about the chances of Peter Obi, LP's presidential candidate in the 2023 presidential election.
 
According to him, many traditional voters of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will cast their votes for Obi.
 
Ononuju said up to 85% of the bloc votes that usually go to the PDP will be gotten by the Labour Party during the 2023 presidential election.
 
Ononuju, who is a Special Adviser on Public Affairs to Obi said when the former Anambra Governor dumped PDP, many people also followed him out of the party to his new destination.
 
He also boasted that, unlike other political parties and candidates that pay to rent crowds, Obi has organic followership and they will vote massively for him in 2023.
 
The LP chieftain made the submissions on Channels Television Sunrise Daily on Monday.
 
In his words, “Up to 85 percent of the PDP historical voting blocs are now following Labour, never mind what the dinosaurs are telling you and their ability to rent crowd. We want to work with the organic people, we want to work with the Nigerian people.

“The Labour Party wasn’t known six months ago in the way it is known today but the minute problem came in the PDP, Mr Peter Obi moved. He wasn’t the only one to move, several people moved and suddenly the youths looked at those who moved and said this is where we are going to and that we are very happy for.”
 
Questioned on the probability of the Labour Party turning out like the PDP sometime in the nearest future, Ononoju replied that such won’t happen as the party would always be about Nigerians and what the people want.
 
The party chieftain said Labour Party won’t get infected.
 
He said: “The PDP that we are running away from is the PDP that has now become infected with the mindset from the APC.

“The new Labour Party and the yearnings of the youths is premised on an inclusive Nigeria; that one that we have abandoned doesn’t believe in an inclusive enterprise. We now want to move with the youths to a Nigeria where everybody should have a sense of belonging in this enterprise of nation building.”


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