- Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi on Wednesday, September 21, received a very important guest in his state in the person of Peter Obi
- According to Obi, the meeting was an avenue to discuss some pressing issues, one of which is national in scope
- The Labour Party's presidential candidate also revealed that he spoke on the development and future of the southeast with Ugwuanyi
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Enugu - Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), on Wednesday, September 21, paid a visit to the governor of Enugu, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi.
What Peter Obi discussed with Governor Ugwuanyi
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The LP's presidential flagbearer also said part of his discussion with the Enugu governor bordered on national issues.
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"I recently visited my brother, H.E. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi in Enugu. We exchanged views on issues pertaining to the southeast, as well as on critical national interest issues."
2023 presidency: Southeast PDP, southern governors’ meet, reveal position on zoning
In a similar development, the PDP in the southeast region had directed that the existing zoning patterns in states and constituencies of the region must be strictly observed and adhered to in every state and constituency of the zone.
The national vice chairman of the party, south-east, Ali Odefa, made this disclosure on Sunday, March 27, at the end of the zonal meeting in Enugu state.
Odefa said the position was in tandem with that of the Southern Governors’ Forum.
On the issue of zoning at the state and constituency levels in the zone, the PDP national vice-chairman stated that zoning patterns would be strictly observed and adhered to.
2023 presidency: Peter Obi make promises to Nigerians
Meanwhile, Obi had declared his intention to contest the presidency in the 2023 general election.
He said if given the opportunity, he will unite Nigeria and ensure a steady inflow of investments into the country.
Obi added that what Nigeria needs are people with capacity, competence and willingness to manage the country’s resources efficiently.