Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of Labour Party (LP), has reacted to an appeal made by Abubakar Atiku, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), to join him in the legal dispute over Bola Tinubu’s qualifications.
Obi, however, said that his first priority is going to the Supreme Court to retrieve his stolen mandate.
Obi’s response was contained in a statement released and signed by Obiora Ifoh, the Labour Party’s National Publicity Secretary.
The statement claimed that Obi is concentrating on getting his stolen mandate back from the Supreme Court, where it is now being argued.
The LP spokesperson further said Obi has been at the forefront of ensuring that Nigeria has the leadership it truly needs and that justice must be the watchword in a just society.
According to the statement, the former Anambra Governor has frequently extolled the virtues of role modeling and leading lives that are admirable.
Obi accomplished this by openly disclosing his credentials for inspection and calling on the public to “go and verify” his claims in both words and deeds.
Additionally, the Labour Party welcomes any other interest that is prepared to join them in their quest for a country where justice will reign.
Obi is currently in Court to challenge INEC’s declaration of Tinubu as President.