Just In: Peter Obi Reacts to Death of Anumudu, Imo Labour Party’s Guber Aspirant
- Peter Obi has reacted to the death of the Imo state Labour Party governorship candidate, Humphrey Anumudu
- In a tweet, Obi maintained that the deceased was one of the party's strong supporters in Imo state and was a straightforward individual
- The former governor of Anambra state asked God to grant his family the strength to endure the loss
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The Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate for the February 25 election, Peter Obi, has reacted to the death of Humphrey Anumudu, a governorship aspirant of the party in Imo state.
Meanwhile, Anumudu was confirmed dead in his Lagos home after returning from a meeting at the LP secretariat in Abuja.
Peter Obi reacts to Humphrey Anumudu's death
In a tweet shared on his Twitter page on Sunday, March 26, Obi said the deceased was one of the strongest supporters of the party in Imo state, adding that he was very warm, and forthright.
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He prayed God would give his family the fortitude to bear the loss.
Part of the tweet sighted by Legit.ng on Monday, March 27, reads thus:
“Today, I paid a condolence visit to the family of a dear friend, and political colleague, Mr Humphrey Anumudu, whom I was deeply saddened by the news of his sudden death, -PO,” he tweeted.
Peter Obi meets former President Obasanjo in Anambra, reveals what they discussed
Peter Obi, the Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate in the February 25 elections, met with former President Olusegun Obasanjo in Awka, Anambra state, on Saturday, March 25.
Obi, who is a former governor of Anambra state, made this known in a tweet sighted by Legit.ng on Sunday, March 26.
Legit.ng gathers that the duo were in Anambra for the one-year anniversary of the governor of Anambra state, Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo.
Nasarawa women go half-dressed to protest guber results? LP's Peter Obi speaks
The Labour Party's candidate in the Saturday, February 25, election, Peter Obi, shared the news of how some women in Nasarawa staged a protest over the results of the governorship election.
Obi, via Facebook on Friday, March 24, said injustice is done to the electorate in any society when they are not allowed to elect their leaders in free and fair processes or when their mandate is stolen from them.
In Obi's view, women should be honoured, valued, and respected and not degraded and left to seek justice outside government institutions.