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Reduction Of Labour Party Governoship Form Price Commendable – Peter Obi

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The Labour Party Presidential candidate Peter Obi has commended the leadership of Labour Party especially the chairman of the Party Hon Julius Abure for listening to the crying of the people and reducing the amount to purchase the governoship ticket of the party.

Recall that the Labour Party had set the price of their governoship ticket form at N25million which has not gone well with the people.

According to the crying of the people,the high amount of money placed on the Party’s governoship form, will chase away credible leaders who may not have that amount of money to purchase the governoship form of the party thereby paving way for politicians with money bags who do not have credibility to buy up those forms.

After the compliant of the people, the National chairman of Labour Party during a meeting with stakeholders of the party reviewed price downward to N15million as against the N25million initial price.

Reacting to the price reduction, Peter Obi in a post on his official Facebook page on Tuesday, commended the chairman of the Party, for his swift response to the matter.

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Peter Obi also commended the the leadership of the Party for agreeing to refund the family of the late Imo Labour Party governoship aspirants Humphrey Anumudu who has already purchased the form for governoship election before his demise.

He Wrote 👇

“I thank the National Chairman of the Labour Party, Barr. Julius Abure, and the NWC for heeding to my appeal, and reviewing the nomination fee for the governorship form downwards to N15m.

“I applaud them for also agreeing to refund the cost of the form to the family of a deceased aspirant Chief Humphrey Anumudu from Imo State; and also agreeing to refund N10m to each of those that had paid.

“These gestures, reflect Labour Party’s responsiveness to the yearnings of Nigerians.

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