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The Labour Party’s presidential candidate in the 2023 general elections, Mr. Peter Obi, has suggested the possibility of leaving the party ahead of the 2027 election cycle, citing the ongoing crisis within the party.

Speaking during an engagement with his supporters on his Verified X space, hosted by Parallel Facts, Obi hinted at potential departure, emphasizing his unwavering commitment to his vision for Nigeria’s progress.


The former Governor of Anambra State clarified that his focus remains on fostering positive change and ensuring a better future for all Nigerians, a mission embraced by dedicated members of the Obidient Movement.

“We refuse to be distracted by the contrived crisis within the Labour Party. Our goal is to address critical issues such as water, power, employment, and security that affect the lives of Nigerians,” Obi asserted.

Drawing parallels from his Christian faith, Obi likened his approach to Jesus’ teachings about engaging with communities. He emphasized the importance of striving for change but acknowledged the possibility of departing if efforts prove futile.

“I am committed to making efforts to reform the Labour Party, but I will not allow our mission for a better Nigeria to be compromised. If we cannot effect change within the party, we will not hesitate to seek alternative paths,” Obi declared.

Asserting his determination to pursue his vision regardless of party affiliation, Obi assured his supporters that the quest for national development remains paramount.

“Our resolve to improve the lives of Nigerians transcends party politics. We will continue to work tirelessly for the betterment of our country, even if it means parting ways with the Labour Party,” he affirmed.

Obi’s remarks signal a potential shift in political allegiance as he remains steadfast in his commitment to advancing Nigeria’s interests and welfare.

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