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  The coordinator and leader of the Labor Party LP in Kogi s Olamaboro Local Government Area Mr David Apeh and dozens of supporters defected to the APC in the state on Monday The Nigerian News Agency reports that the deputy governor of Kogi State Chief Edward Onoja enthusiastically welcomed the defectors at Okpo Olamaboro Onoja praised the LP leader his supporters and other defectors from the PDP PRP and NNPP for heeding the voice of reason The lieutenant governor explained that the APC worked tirelessly to defeat the PDP in 2015 repeating the same in 2019 expressing confidence that 2O23 would be a free pass He stressed that the ruling party had done well on social economic and infrastructure development in the councils and in the state in general under the administration of Governor Yahaya Bello The lieutenant governor assured that with the increase in the number of registered voters the LGA would double its winning streak Furthermore he called for massive support for APC presidential candidate Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and his running mate Kashim Shettima saying that Kogi would greatly benefit from Tinubu s administration if he were to be elected President of Nigeria Earlier the coordinator of the defectors and leader of the LP said that he had been a political archenemy of the lieutenant governor with several clashes in many forums But after sitting down and doing a thorough analysis of political trends in the country I realized that the Labor Party would not make a significant breakthrough in the 2023 election Therefore I decided to pitch my tents together with my more than 2 000 ruling party supporters he said Apeh urged all Olamaboro sons and daughters in opposition parties to join APC stressing that the party had made unprecedented development strides in the areas Other dignitaries at the events included Olamaboro Omala Ankpa Federal Constituency Member of the House of Representatives Mr Abdullahi Halims Trade and Industry Commissioner Mr Gabriel Olofu Others included President Olamaboro Mr Friday Adejoh member of the House of Assembly Anthony Ujah Alewo and many others edited Source Credit NAN
Labour Party leaders, supporters defect to APC in Kogi

Labor Party

The coordinator and leader of the Labor Party (LP) in Kogi‘s Olamaboro Local Government Area, Mr. David Apeh, and dozens of supporters defected to the APC in the state on Monday.

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The Nigerian News Agency reports that the deputy governor of Kogi State, Chief Edward Onoja, enthusiastically welcomed the defectors at Okpo Olamaboro.

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Onoja praised the LP leader, his supporters and other defectors from the PDP, PRP and NNPP for heeding the voice of reason.

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The lieutenant governor explained that the APC worked tirelessly to defeat the PDP in 2015, repeating the same in 2019, expressing confidence that 2O23 would be a free pass.

Yahaya Bello

He stressed that the ruling party had done well on social, economic and infrastructure development in the councils and in the state in general under the administration of Governor Yahaya Bello.

The lieutenant governor assured that with the increase in the number of registered voters, the LGA would double its winning streak.

Asiwaju Bola Tinubu

Furthermore, he called for massive support for APC presidential candidate Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and his running mate Kashim Shettima, saying that Kogi would greatly benefit from Tinubu’s administration if he were to be elected President of Nigeria.

Earlier, the coordinator of the defectors and leader of the LP, said that he had been a political “archenemy” of the lieutenant governor with several clashes in many forums.

Labor Party

“But after sitting down and doing a thorough analysis of political trends in the country, I realized that the Labor Party would not make a significant breakthrough in the 2023 election.

“Therefore, I decided to pitch my tents together with my more than 2,000 ruling party supporters,” he said.

Apeh urged all Olamaboro sons and daughters in opposition parties to join APC, stressing that the party had made unprecedented development strides in the areas.

Ankpa Federal Constituency Member

Other dignitaries at the events included Olamaboro/Omala/Ankpa Federal Constituency Member of the House of Representatives Mr. Abdullahi Halims, Trade and Industry Commissioner Mr. Gabriel Olofu.

President Olamaboro

Others included President Olamaboro, Mr. Friday Adejoh; member of the House of Assembly, Anthony Ujah Alewo and many others.

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Source Credit: NAN

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