Labour Party Support Movement said on Saturday in Abuja that it would use its vast network to mobilise voters towards Peter Obi’s success in the 2023 presidential election.
Inaugurating the group, Mr Chuks Ezurike, its Director-General, expressed the commitment of the group to bringing the Labour Party to higher political prominence.
The National Secretary of the movement, Alhaji Tijani Abubakar, described Obi as a man of integrity in the management of fiscal and human resources.
Abubakar, who advocated increased national support for Obi, said Obi has the capacity to rescue Nigeria from its economic and security challenges.
“Obi exemplified prudence in resource management by leaving billions of dollars for Anambra State when he left office as governor.
“He will provide security of lives and property with his in-depth administrative knowledge and skill,” Abubakar said.
Mr Peter Diegwu, Labour Party Chairman, FCT asserted the capability of the party to take power by 2023 with a crop of young men and women.
Diegwu expressed optimism about the possibility of LP producing the next president of Nigeria with its grassroots base.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the highlight of the event was the inauguration of State Coordinators across the 36 states of the Federation. (NAN).