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Breaking News Accord Party Endorses Peter Obi.



Barely 24hours to the presidential election,Accord Political Party (AP) has endorsed the presidential candidate of Labour Party Peter Obi

This was confirmed in a statement from the National Chairman of the Party Mr Isaac Adeniyi, and joined by the National Secretary of the party Alhaji Umar Abdul on Friday.

According to them, their reason for joining Labour Party and Peter Obi is to join forces together to recover Nigeria from those who have been holding her captive.

They also promised to engage in massive mobilization deploying her Party members, to canvassers and voters nationwide to Vote Peter Gregory Obi (CON).

This is coming after the likes of SDP,ADC and other political parties collapsed their structures to support Peter Obi.

The Statement Reads


ACCORD is one of the oldest parties in Nigeria.

We have had our Candidates served in legislative positions at the State and Federal Level.

Thanks to Our Party Structure across 35 Stats of the Federation for always delivering their constituencies, at every election.

As the 2023 General Elections draws close, we have seen Candidates moving and seeking for collaboration across Political Parties in ordecloser galvanise strength and for unanimous Candidates to be elected, this is in tandem to the saying “Together We CAN”.

” ACCORD as a political Party is willing to join force with the Labour Party in delivering of the Mandate of Peter Gregory Obi (CON), and the Labour Party (LP) to “WIN” the Presidential Seat:

Joining Labour Party Structure across the 774 Local Government Area to delivers the Constituencies to the Peter Gregory Obi during the Presidential Elections

• We will engage in massive mobilization deploying our Party members, canvassers nd voters nationwide to Vote Peter Gregory Obi (CON).

“We would deliver 5 Million votes to Labour Party (LP).

“We would like to seek a Letter of Acknowledgement as a Regard to collaboration between

Accord Party and Labour Party (LP).

Accord Party Endorses Peter Obi
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