Tinubu’s certificate saga: Labour Party replies Atiku, says ‘Obi focused on reclaiming his stolen mandate’


The Labour Party (LP) has responded emphatically to the call made by Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), urging his rival, Peter Obi, to join forces in the pursuit of justice at the Supreme Court. In a statement issued by the LP’s national publicity secretary, Obiora Ifoh, the party reasserted Peter Obi’s unwavering commitment to his ongoing legal battle at the Supreme Court to reclaim what he believes to be his stolen mandate.

According to the LP, Peter Obi, the party’s presidential candidate, has consistently stood at the forefront of the fight for a just and equitable nation. He firmly believes in a Nigeria where justice is not just a word but a lived reality. Obi’s dedication to this cause has seen him actively involved in the legal proceedings at the Supreme Court, striving to rectify what he perceives as electoral injustice.

The LP’s statement underlined that Peter Obi’s advocacy for a just society goes beyond mere rhetoric; it is deeply ingrained in his actions and beliefs. He has been vocal about the need for leaders to be exemplars of integrity and honor, and he has backed up his words with transparent actions. Obi’s willingness to put his credentials in the public domain for scrutiny exemplifies his commitment to transparency and accountability in governance.

Moreover, the Labour Party warmly welcomed any other individuals or entities willing to join them in their pursuit of a nation where justice reigns supreme. The party firmly believes that Nigeria will only progress when men and women of unwavering integrity, like Peter Obi, are at the forefront, driving the nation toward a brighter and more just future.

In essence, the LP’s response underscores the resolute determination of Peter Obi and the party as a whole to fight for a just, transparent, and accountable Nigeria. Their call for collaboration echoes the larger sentiment for unity in the pursuit of a nation where justice prevails above all else.

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