The Coordinator of Labour Party Presidential Campaign Council for Imo State, Chief Martin Agbaso, (Ochoudu) has expressed gratitude to Imo people for their massive turn out for the flag off of the party’s campaign in Owerri on Tuesday, December, 6, 2022.
He described the massive turn out as a show of unprecedented love and solidarity for Labour Party and its presidential candidate, Peter Obi.
Ochoudo Owerri, as fondly called, who expressed his feelings in a 3-miniute vide clip he released, assured that Labour Party will do everything it can to sustain its electoral promises and restore the lost glory of the country.
Agbaso said, Peter Obi at the helm of affairs, will restore the economy of Imo State, stop brain drain which has resulted in the most qualified brains among doctors, lawyers and other professionals living the shores of this country after being frustrated to seek greener pasture elsewhere.
‘’We will restore the lost glory of our dear state and the dignity of our people. The incessant strikes by most trade unions, other professional groups including lectures will become thing of the past. There will be no more strikes in our tertiary institutions. I will negotiate with lecturers and reach understanding with them to avoid strikes.
He further posited that Labour Party administration in the state and at the federal level will focus on Industrialization and comprehensive socio-economic and infrastructural development of the state and the entire country. He urged Imo people to be resolute in their support and solidarity for Peter Obi, his running mate and other candidates of the party who according to him are people-oriented men of honor and integrity.
‘’I implore you today to continue in your unflinching support for Peter Obi, Labour Party and other candidates of our party so that together we can achieve our collective aim of taking back our country. I advise you all to obtain and preserve your PVCs because they are the weapons of our battle which we must win to the glory of God and for the good of humanity’’.