Borno Labour party inaugurated 54 different Obi support groups
Obi, Labour Party is the 3rd force, alternative for oppressed Nigerian masses
By Mafu Mohammed, Maiduguri
The Borno state Labour party (LP), have inaugurated 54 different club, associations and support groups under the umbrella of Obedient Support groups and assured that the Presidential candidate of the party, Mr Peter Obi is the candidate to beat, as the candidate and the party provide alternative to the depressed Nigerian masses.
While inaugurating the 168 member Borno state council of the Obedient support Groups at the NUJ Press centre, the Borno state chairman of the Labour party,, Alhaji Tijjani Goni said ” we are here with 54 different support groups that will be inaugurated to serve in the Borno state Presidential campaign council to mobilize people to Vite for our presidential candidate Mr Peter Obi, Gubernatorial candidate and other candidates of the party. “.
” People are already tired of the APC and the PDP and our presidential candidate Mr. Peter and the party is providing the third force for the Nigerian masses. Any oppressed Nigerian or dissatisfied with the governance of the APC and PDP would vote for Peter Obi”, he added.
He said contrariety to insinuations that the party did not have structure, Alh Tijjani Goni said the party has structure across 27 local government areas and 312 wards of the state and that by next week they will inaugurate the local campaign councils.
The Party chairman said ” we are here to infirm the good people of Borno state that the presidency of Mr. Peter Obi and Yusuf Datti will ensure security and provide welfare for the citizens as enshrined to the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Alh Goni said ” we are not in any way intimidated by the APC of PDP as our principal, Mr Peter Obi and the Labour party is the party of the moment. ”
He further explained that “the Obi, Datti combination is entrusted by Nigerian who have firmed support groups access the country to Cary out the mandates based on their motive to serve, attitude towards service and previous conduct of service.”