Browsing: Peter Obi

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar on Monday met with the 2023 Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi. Atiku made the meeting known on his X handle. Atiku tweeted, "It was my honor and privilege to host #PeterObi today." However, the details and reason behind their meeting are yet to be known. Obi was the running mate […]

The 2023 presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, is under scrutiny for allegedly deceiving the public through his supporters known as ‘Obidients’ with old images depicting Lagos schools requiring dire renovations, according to a recent investigation by Fact-Checkers. A supporter of the opposition leader recently shared photos he alleged showed the current state […]

The 2023 presidential candidate for the Labour Party, Peter Obi, has criticized President Tinubu’s government for implementing a Cyber-Security Levy on Nigerians, which he considers unjust given the country’s economic challenges. Obi mentioned that the current government seems more concerned with exploiting a struggling economy rather than fostering its recovery and growth.

Labour Party's Presidential Candidate, Peter Obi, stated on Wednesday that a forensic audit is being conducted on the party’s accounts as per his request. The call for an independent audit firm to investigate the party's account was made on March 14 following a challenge from the former National Treasurer of the party, Oluchi Oparah.

The Labour Party's candidate for president in the 2023 general election, Peter Obi, said on Wednesday that he is not fixated on taking over from President Bola Tinubu as the next president. Obi received criticism a few days ago for questioning the Federal Government's timing and focus on the Lagos-Calabar coastal highway project. The LP presidential candidate gave advice on the matter.

The Labour Party’s 2023 presidential candidate, Peter Obi, has once again talked about the hope of a 'New Nigeria' when he met with some citizens living in the Diaspora. During his ‘Thank You Tour’ in the United States, he also emphasized that a new Nigeria was possible if the right people were chosen to work in the government.

The campaign organization of Labour Party's presidential candidate, Peter Obi, refuted the media's speculation that his frequent visits to churches and mosques were a form of religious politics aimed at enhancing his political image before the 2027 election. The former Anambra governor faced heavy criticism last month during the Ramadan season […]

The leaders of the Labour Party cautioned the Nigeria Labour Congress on Tuesday, advising them not to attempt to take control of the political stage. They stated that the Congress does not have the authority to remove Julius Abure from the National Working Committee as they declared recently. The party responded to the resolution made on Monday by the NLC Political Commission during a stakeholders meeting.