The governorship campaign council of the Labour Party (LP) in Kogi state has denied endorsing the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, Senator Dino Melaye, for the forthcoming election. This denial comes after one Col Vincent Abuh (rtd) led some LP members to Senator Melaye and endorsed him ahead of the election. However, the Director General of the Okeme/Hamza governorship campaign of the LP in the state, Hon. Nelson A. Ogohi, has accused Abuh of acting on his own. He described Abuh’s action as “an effort at sabotage.” Ogohi’s statement reveals that Col. Abuh, despite being associated with the LP during the presidential election, has now declared a merger with the PDP, a move he described as a direct assault on the LP’s credibility....Click Here To Continue Reading>>
The statement reiterated the Okeme/Hamza LP campaign’s unwavering dedication to their election efforts, urging supporters to remain undeterred by what they labeled as misleading media tactics. The statement also affirms that they are not relenting, nor are they reneging on their promise to the people of Kogi state to afford them the true dividends of democracy when they win the elections. The LP campaign remains resolute in their determination to win the elections, despite any attempts at blackmail or sabotage. The statement called on all supporters and Okeme Ambassadors to ignore the empty media shenanigans of their detractors and focus on the elections, which are exactly seven days from today.