One of the foremost leaders of the Labour Party, Chief Dr Patrick Osagie Eholor has said that the party is more united than ever now.
According to the human rights activist who is also known as Ultimate Equal, he is fully with the national chairman of the Labour Party, Comrade Julius Abure who has said that there is no crisis in the Labour Party as been speculated following disagreements over the party’s campaign council list.
According to him, all issues have been resolved, and the party has all it takes to win the forthcoming general elections and reposition the country on the right path.
The Labour Party leader said some of the best candidates at all levels across the country needed to give Nigerians the alternative to own the country.
Speaking further, he stated “As you may have read, the Labor Party chairman and Mr Peter Obi had also removed the military officer, Major General John Enenche who tried to cover up for the government over the Lekki massacre, because of his oath of office as a military officer, sacrificed himself by lying and said the tragic pictures were photoshopped.
“This shows to you the credibility of Labour Party. I Chief (Dr) Patrick Osagie Eholor was part of the #EndSARS and I was a victim of the police brutality and I tell my fellow Nigerians today the only way to right wrongs is to turn the light of truth upon them, General John Enenche was a victim, no excuses for him of the administration of the Mohammadu buhari regime.
“I am also sure that this has exposed the presidential candidate of APC and the former Lagos State Governor Babatunde Fashola and the present Governor of Lagos State, Sanwo-Olu over their cover-up of the massacre of innocent Nigerians at Lekki toll gate.
My party, as the Labour Party has resolved to add additional substitute lists to cover up the areas that has not or was not initially publicized, I want to advise #Obidients to remain focused, there is no need to be alarmed, they will have to give to Caesar what is Caesar’s, the dirty game is over and we must take back our country from them together.
“Yes, WE CAN!“