Imo State Coordinator, Presidential Campaign Council of the Labour Party, Chief Martin Agbaso has made a clarion to Ndigbo, urging them to vote the presidential candidate of the party, Mr. Peter Obi in the Saturday, February 25 presidential poll.

Agbaso who made the call in his Emekuku residence, Wednesday, during a meeting with Community Leaders from Owerri North Council Area, also urged Igbo people to vote for Peter Obi not because he is an Igbo man but because he is eminently qualified.

“Others contesting alongside Peter Obi don’t know what is happening in the present day Nigeria and world economy”, Agbaso emphasized.

Chief Agbaso popularly known as Ochudo also stressed that anybody working against the Labour Party presidential candidate is an enemy of the Igbo race and the country too, considering what is happening in the present day Nigeria.

“When you get home, educate your people so that we will go ahead and win very convincingly for the sake of our children”, he added whilst praying God of justice to look down on the marginalized people of Southeast and give them victory in the forthcoming poll.

Chief Agbaso also announced his intention to contest the governorship of Imo State in November 11.

“After February 25, we will now turn and see how to elect Ochudo, Governor in November”, he said, while relishing his rich credentials.

“There is no single person running for Governor of Imo State that can present half of the credentials that I have”, Ochudo boasted, saying that he has the capacity, resources and heart needed to win the position.

“We must keep our hands clean as we are fighting to ensure Obi’s victory. If we do what we have to do on Saturday, our journey will be lighter”, he added.

“Labour Party is awash with money. Nobody is talking about structure again as it is now excess. You see the hand of God everywhere. Let’s go there on Saturday and cast our votes for our brother, Peter Obi”, Ochudo concluded.

Those present at the meeting including President Generals, Village Heads and Women leaders agreed to galvanize vote for Peter Obi and also pledged support to Ochudo’s governorship bid.

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