Peter Obi Reveals date for Unveiling of his Manifesto
Peter Obi To Unveil Seven-Point Agenda Today
The Labour party has stated that the public can now access Peter Obi‘s seven-point plan as the Labour Party Presidential Candidate will release the manifesto today (Monday).
Doyin Okupe, the head of the Labour Party’s presidential campaign, reportedly made this announcement in a tweet late on Sunday.
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He claims that the “The Pact with Nigeria” document will set forth the seven objectives that Datti Baba-Ahmed, his running mate, and Obi have for the governance of the nation.
The agenda, in Okupe’s words, will bring about “our dream of a new Nigeria.
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The paper describing the seven governance goals of the Obi-Baba Ahmed administration, which would usher in our ambition for a new Nigeria, will be released to the media and the general public by the presidential campaign organisation of the LP on October 31st, according to Okupe.
This occurs one day after Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress’s presidential candidate, delivered his 80-page platform to Afenifere, a pan-Yoruba sociopolitical organisation.
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Tinubu also earned the support of the Afenifere leaders during the presentation at Pa Reuben Fasoranti’s home in Akure, the capital of Ondo State.
The former governor of Lagos State will speak with corporate and organised private sector executives about his Action Plan on Tuesday.
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