A total of 15 political parties deregistered by the Independent National Electoral Commission, under the aegis of Coalition for Good Governance, have proclaimed support for the presidential candidate of the Labor Party, Peter Obi.
The CGG in an explanation by its national chairman, Okey Chikwendu, and Publicity Secretary, Don Anthony Harmattan, said the deregistered parties took the choice after cautiously concentrating on each presidential candidate to know the most reliable and credible among them.
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However, the deregistered parties said they actually have their structures set up, adding that they would all help and work for the success of the Governor of Anambra State.
The assertion read, “We have prior expressed that the result of the political parties primaries for the presidential ticket and choice of the vice presidential tickets will figure out which party we will support, the Coalition for Good Governance containing 15 deregistered ideological groups and a few former Presidential candidate would embrace and support for the 2023 presidential political election.
“The decision depends on recognizing the ticket with the most tenable candidate who are tried, trusted, and show adequate mental ability to rescue our country from the disaster we find ourselves and meet the desires of the Nigerian citizens which is impartial, fair and only irrespective of tribe or ethnicity
“In furtherance to the above mentioned, the CGG on July 28 held a group in Abuja very much went to by the National Party Chairmen and former Presidential candidate of deregistered political parties by which they took an extremely basic evaluation of all the current presidential contenders for the 2023 political elections and their Vice, the house consistently casted a vote on Peter Obi/Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed as the most sound among the candidates and as such set out to support and work with them and their campaign group on the foundation of Labor party.
“We, in this manner, consented to rebrand our workplaces across the country as Campaign support offices for the project. Our structures all over the 36 States and 774 Local Government Areas are from now on expected to support the Obi ticket.
“Nigerians have had enough of the disunity, eminent crumbling, lingering ASUU strike, threats from bandits, killings, kidnappings, hunger, joblessness, terrible petroleum cost and shortage, high power tariffs, its epileptic circumstance, rising food cost and so forth and the unwillingness by the establishment to stop these conflicts.
“We as pioneers in standard politics in Nigeria wish to clarify that only an efficient, compelling and trustworthy candidate can determine a large portion of Nigeria’s lingering issues and we subsequently encourage Nigerians to regard our advice and support our objectives of returning Nigeria as the genuine giant of Africa and the West African production hub.”
This article was updated 1 month ago