Peter Obi’s Labour Party Not A Threat To PDP In Anambra – Stella Oduah

Former Aviation Minister, Stella Oduah, says the people of Anambra would not abandon the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to vote for the Labour party whose presidential candidate is a former governor of the state, Peter Obi.


Peter Obi's Labour Party Not A Threat To PDP In Anambra - Stella Oduah
Former Aviation Minister,



 Anambra People Won’t Vote for Peter Obi’s Labour Party. The Anambra North Senator made the comment at a news conference during the presentation of certificates of return to 30 candidates who won the party’s primaries for the House of Assembly and National Assembly on Thursday in Abuja.

Twenty House of Assembly candidates and 10 National Assembly candidates from Anambra North and South were presented with certificates of return.

Oduah said Igbos should work with a party and candidate that would win the presidency and a party that would take them to the national level.

The former aviation minister noted that it was not the first time a new party would come into Anambra and that the had always defeated the party.  We have nothing to fear. Politics is local and what we are contesting is to represent our people,” stated Ms. Oduah. “Our people cannot leave what they know to what they don’t know. We are not jittery and we are more than capable to win the election for the PDP.”

She added, “Anambra is a state. So, having these soldiers with us, you can imagine what will happen when we put our strategy in place, the victory is ours.”

The senator said the incumbent lawmaker among them worked tirelessly to serve the people, adding that what the people had seen in terms of performance was the tip of the iceberg.

“Our people will again see good roads and other infrastructure. We have people with capacity, the party knows that and the delegates. Continuity is what is important in legislative work,” stated Ms. Oduah.

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