The Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi on Saturday officially flagged off his campaign in Lafia, the Nasarawa State capital.
The spokesman of the Labour Party, Yunusa Tanko in a statement released on his Twitter account on Saturday disclosed that the initial flag-off of the party’s campaign was shifted from the 20th of October due to the rampaging flood across the country.
Tanko wrote, “Our presidential candidate, Mr Peter Obi had to visit affected states to empathise with the flood-ravaged communities across the country, as the first call of governance is being responsive to the people.
“However, immediately after the visits of Mr Peter Obi, our Presidential Candidate, the campaign council of our great party has deemed it necessary to earnestly kick off the campaign from the north-central geo-political zone of Nigeria.”
He called on support groups and supporters to make themselves available for the campaign of the party ahead of the 2023 general elections.
See pictures from the campaign below: