Labour Party Factional Presidential Candidate Withdraws, Backs Peter Obi


Alt: = "Jude Ezenwafor, factional presidential candidate of Labour Party"

The factional presidential candidate of Labour Party, Jude Ezenwafor has withdrawn from the 2023 presidential election.

In a letter addressed to the Party's National Charm, Ezewanfor said he withdrew on personal reasons after consulting his supporters nationwide.

His letter reads: "I hereby withdraw from the forthcoming Presidential Election in 2023.

" After consulting my supporters Nationwide, I decided to withdraw for personal reasons.

"I regret any inconvenience my withdrawal might cost our great Party.

"I thank the leadership of our great Party for giving me the opportunity to serve Nigeria.

"Thank you and God bless you all."

Alt: = "Labour Party factional presidential candidate,Nwafor"

Ezenwafor, a former Anambra chairman of the Labour Party (LP), was elected presidential candidate by the Julius Abure-led faction of the party in Abuja on Tuesday.

Former Anambra State Governor, Peter Obi had earlier been elected the party’s presidential candidate for 2023 at the party’s convention held in Asaba, the Delta State Capital.

The Movement for Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra in a statement on Wednesday ordered Jude Ezewanfor to withdraw from the presidential race.

MASSOB accused Ezenwafor of doing the biding of "Aso Rock cabals to create the artificial impression that Mr. Peter Obi's Labour Party is fictionalized"

“We describe Mr. Jude Ezenwafor as a huge disappointment and betrayer of future interest of Nigerian youths. He was paid and allowed himself to be used by Aso Rock cabals to create the artificial impression that Mr. Peter Obi’s Labour Party is factionalized.

“We advise Mr. Ezenwafor to withdraw from this shameful and sacrilegious act and the mission he embarked on. We know that APC and PDP are afraid of Mr. Peter Obi and his labour mantra. He has won the hearts of the populace, that is why they want to use Ezenwafor as a bought tool to frustrate Mr. Peter Obi.”

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