Peter Obi loses top Labor party campaign member

Peter Obi loses top Labor party campaign member
Peter Obi

Mr. Irouno Chukwunonye, ​​the Labor Party (LP) Legislative candidate for Okigwe, Imo state, is believed to have passed away.

Chukwunonye collapsed on Monday night and was confirmed dead in the early hours of Tuesday.

He served as Senior Special Assistant for Recreation to Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo State and a member of Obi-Yusuf Datti’s Presidential Campaign Council.
Chukwunonye is also the founding chairman of the Imo State Festival and Recreation Commission.

See also: Why we might move to Cameroon if Peter Obi loses – Babachir Lawal

Babachir Lawal, former Federal government secretary, said he and other major political figures supporting Labor Party presidential candidate Peter Obi will move to Cameroon if he loses the upcoming presidential election in year 2023.

Lawal revealed this on Monday in Abuja during an interactive session with Obi and North East LP stakeholders.

Lawal, of the ruling All Progressive Congress, APC, said he was shocked that the APC did not expel him from the party, despite his stance against APC presidential candidate Bola Tinubu.

“We want (Obi) to win this election and must win this election. If we lose this election, we will all migrate to Cameroon out of shame and shame for not winning,” he said.

He added that next year’s presidential election is a must for Obi, given the current situation of the country.

See also: Saying we don’t give “shishi” is wrong – Peter Obi

Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate Peter Obi has denied claims that he does not want to spend money on a political campaign (saying “shishi”).

Obi said he is more determined to use state money for the public good, if elected in the next presidential election in 2023.

Obi revealed this on Monday during an interactive session between him and Northeastern stakeholders in Abuja.

“People say we don’t give people shishi. That’s not true. But I want to use your money for your benefit.

I want to use it to educate your children and give them a chance.
“I don’t want to steal your money.

It’s not something I do because it’s wrong. Instead, I want to be a part of you and your children,” Obi said.

The former governor of Anambra State also said he is committed to supporting the northeast, adding that he will not be president of Abuja.

“I will be your Northeast president. There’s no way I haven’t traveled across the states in Nigeria. I will be everywhere,” he said.

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