Labour Party C’River meeting grossed thousands of attendees, over 60 solidarity groups …state PRO

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The Labour Party, LP Cross River state meeting of Sunday 19th June which held in Calabar the state capital metropolis has been adjudged to be very successful NEGROIDHAVEN can report authoritatively.

No fewer than one thousand eight hundred and ninety six persons were in attendance while over sixty support groups pledged their loyalty to Peter Obi’s presidential ambition.

These details was relayed by the state Public Relations Officer, of LP in the state, Dr Offem Lekam who disclosed that ‘Yesterday, I was the Master of Ceremony in our Labour Party Meeting. Despite the short notice of the meeting, we recorded 1,896 attendants with over 60 solidarity groups for Peter Obi. When I came in few minutes after the proposed time, I couldn’t believe it was the very meeting I co-organized. I like what I saw yesterday, people traveling from Obudu, Obanliku, Bekwara, Ogoja with their money just to affirm Labour Party.

‘They didn’t bother to ask for refreshment. From Obudu to Calabar TO and FRO is over a 10k, this is what poor revolutionaries pay just to attend a meeting and return back. This is the spirit of aggressive revolution.

Amb. Ogar Osim the state chair of Labour Party, LP in Cross River
Massive crowd at the Sunday LP Cross River state meeting in Calabar, the state capital metropolis

‘Those undermining US are only pretending, both APC and PDP are no longer attacking each other, they are now United and attacking only OBIDIENT supporters. This is an indicator that they are threatened by the overwhelming support of Nigerians for the best, they preferred the old way, they prefer poverty, and they prefer corruption. The truth is, we will shock you come 2023.’

Meanwhile, on his part the State Chair of the LP, Amb. Ogar Osim, said that ‘‘We have sang the national anthem without hope especially the ‘labour of our heroes past shall not be in vain’. With Dr Peter Obi as the flag-bearer of our party in fact, the labour of our heroes past shall not be in vain.

‘We have invited you here to say thank you, to interphase with you as individuals, groups that this great movement towards the realisation of where we are going… This country is not working, the country is crippled. But, we have come to say enough is enough.

‘Where we are is not the will of God. To tell you where we are and where we’re going from here. We have already created structures across the entire state. In all the 18 LGAs, and we are happy that we did all these things’.