A support group for the actualisation of the Labour Party presidency, Peter Volunteer Council, has assured Nigerians that with the quality candidates of Mr Peter Obi and Senator Yusuf Baba-Ahmed, Nigerians will no longer labour in vain.
The group also said the era of clueless leadership in the country was coming to an end.
The National Coordinator of the PVC, Mr Chris Arinze, stated this on Monday in Onitsha, Anambra State.
Arinze commended the Nigerian youths for the emergence of Baba-Ahmed as the vice presidential candidate of the party, saying that the choice was the first step to the party’s victory in the forthcoming presidential election.
Arinze urged Nigerians to take advantage of the extended ongoing voter registration exercise to get their Permanent Voter Cards to end the era of Nigeria’s clueless leadership.
He reminded the youths that the collective efforts they make today would guarantee the future of their children, adding that power to choose their leaders in 2023 was in their hands, and it was time to change the narrative in Nigeria’s political sphere.
The group said, “We want to also use this medium to call on all Labour Party supporters, Nigerians and Nigerian youths to take advantage of the extended ongoing voter registration exercise to make further sacrifice on the day of choice and go to any of the INEC offices in all the 774 local government areas to register to get their Permanent Voter Cards and also endeavour to go back to collect it when it is ready to end the era of Nigeria’s clueless leadership.
“The PVC is assuring all Nigerians that with quality candidates such as Peter Obi and Senator Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed flying the flag of the Labour Party, Nigerians will no longer labour in vain. As an ‘Obidient’ group, and with collective efforts we all make today, we will guarantee the future of our children.
“We believe that the power to choose our leaders in 2023 is in our hands, it is, therefore, time to change the narrative in our political sphere. The Labour Party has Nigerians as unparalleled political structure to win the Presidential and National Assembly elections in 2023 with our permanent voter cards handy.”