On Wednesday, Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s candidate for the 2023 presidential election, led a campaign to mobilize support for Patrick Dakum, the LP governorship candidate in Plateau State, ahead of the Saturday polls. Obi expressed his gratitude to the Obidients, the LP supporters in Plateau State, for their massive support in the presidential election and assured them of his commitment to reclaiming the stolen mandate.
In the presidential election, Obi won Plateau State with 466,272 votes, while Asiwaju Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) had 307,195 votes, and Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had 243,808 votes. Obi urged the Obidients to remain steadfast in their support.
Taking to his Twitter handle, Obi wrote, “I have just arrived in Jos to thank the Obidients and urge them to come out en masse to support LP candidates. I use Patrick Dakum, our Governorship candidate, as my point of contact in wishing the State Assembly candidates great success on 18th March. We remain committed to reclaiming our stolen mandate and turning our focus to true nation-building.”
With this campaign, Obi is demonstrating his dedication to the LP and its candidates, as well as his determination to fight for what he believes is right. His message is clear: the LP is committed to building a better Nigeria, and he is ready to lead the charge.