Nigeria Labour Party (LP) has vowed to flush out leaders he described as failures in 2023 by voting for the Labour Party (LP).
He pledged that 12 million Nigerian workers will vote for Labour Party at next year’s general elections
Wabba spoke yesterday as legal luminary Femi Falana (SAN) said NLC, the Trade Union Congress (TUC) and other affiliate groups which have the largest structure most mobilise Nigerians so that they can take over power.
Falana’s comment followed that of Wabba who said organized labour 12 million members would activate their structures in all the 774 local governments for LP presidential candidate Peter Obi.
At the commencement of a two- day Labour Party National Retreat tagged: “Nigeria at a Crossroads; Labour Party as the only option,” LP national chairman, Barr Julius Abure said they were out to redefine how politics should work in Nigeria.
“We have had successive failed leadership. Nigeria is a country that is richly blessed. All we need is effective leadership for effective performance. What is worse now is insecurity, hunger and children are home without schools. It is obvious that something needs to be done if we must not continue this way,” he said.
Obi, who launched the free membership card of the party, said they don’t want people to pay to become members.
“We want to build a party where everyone who wants to be a member is allowed to do so without paying money, ” Obi said, adding that the 2023 presidential election would not be based on tribe, religion or party but competence.
Obi who said it will be disappointing if NLC and the Labour Party support a candidate and he fails.
Wabba, who said the party was formed in 1946 to promote good governance after its success in Britain in 1945, said they are promoting people-centred agenda that’s why their logo has “Papa, Mama and Pikin.”