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Peter Obi Dismisses Coalition Rumors and Vows to Propel Labour Party’s Ascent Amidst Political Speculation

Labour Party’s presidential candidate in the 2023 general elections, Peter Obi, took the stage on Monday, addressing the fervent supporters gathered at a party rally in Edo State. In a bid to address ongoing speculations about his reputation, Obi firmly dispelled insinuations, deeming them as “rumors” and asserting that nearly half of these claims hold no basis in truth.The emergence of these assertions comes on the heels of reports that circulated just a day prior, suggesting discussions between Peter Obi and political figures Atiku Abubakar and Rabiu Kwankwaso, aiming at a potential alliance to challenge the incumbent All Progressives Congress in the forthcoming 2027 presidential election.As per reports from PUNCH, an article surfaced recently outlining talks among Atiku Abubakar, Peter Obi, and Rabiu Kwankwaso, hinting at the possibility of forging a collective front to contest the political supremacy of the APC in the impending 2027 election cycle. The report also noted that the trio, for now, remains keen on monitoring the outcomes of ongoing election petitions in the judicial domain before strategizing their future moves.However, while reaffirming his dedication to the continuous advancement of the Labour Party, Obi assured both loyalists and adherents that their party would endure and flourish, defying the currents of detractors. He communicated a vision of resilience and growth, emphasizing the importance of dismissing unfounded hearsay, all the while harboring a fervent commitment to rebuilding Nigeria into a nation marked by productivity, as opposed to consumption.Elaborating on this theme, Obi extended counsel to aspirants competing in the local government elections within the state. He exhorted these contenders to remain resolute in realizing their campaign promises, admonishing them to uphold their commitments in the event of their triumph. In a nuanced message, he articulated that the days of empty pledges have waned, urging the populace to stand against political inauthenticity and demand tangible results.In his closing remarks, Obi asserted, “Our path is one of growth. We shall rise, stronger and better. Unsubstantiated whispers should be discarded, as our focus remains steadfast on a transformative Nigeria, steering it towards a future characterized by production rather than mere consumption.”


Ademola Adeyemi

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