- Peter Obi of the Labour Party visited the British High Commissioner in Abuja on Tuesday, September 13
- Obi's visit to the commission was to pay his tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth, the longest-serving monarch of the United Kingdom
- The former Anambra state governor met with the British High Commissioner and the minister for women's affairs at the commission
The 2023 presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, was at the British High Commission on Tuesday, September 13, to sign the condolence register in honour of the late Queen Elizabeth II.
At the commission, Obi met with the minister of women's affairs, Pauline Tallen and the British High Commission Catriona Laing.
He also met with other key staff of the commission alongside Doyin Okupe, the director-general, Obi-Datti Campaign Organisation and a former special adviser on media to President Obasanjo.
Obi made the disclosure about his visit to the British High Commission in a tweet shared on his personal Twitter account.
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"Arriving at the British High Commissioner's Residence to sign the condolence register in tribute to late Queen Elizabeth II. -PO"
The tweet was posted alongside photos of Obi, members of his team, the British High Commissioner and the minister of women's affairs.
Falana breathes fire, tells Peter Obi, Labour Party how best to win 2023 presidential election
Peter Obi and the Labour Party have been advised on the best way they can win the hearts of the Nigerian people ahead of the 2023 presidential poll.
The advice was handed to Obi and his party by renowned human rights lawyer Femi Falana on Monday, September 12.
According to Falana, Obi should not be distracted by many politicians who resort to claiming Labour Party has no structure but bear in mind that the power lies with the Nigerian people.
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If not for Omoyele Sowore, Peter Obi's political ambition would have been in ruins, the online publisher has claimed.
Sowore said it was through his help that the Labour Party and Peter Obi were saved from legal battles.
The publisher also ensured that Obi was never impeached by lawmakers of the Anambra state House of Assembly twice.