SHOCKER! ! ! SEE What May Affect Peter Obi’s Bid To Becoming Nigeria’s President

Peter Obi, the presidential candidate for the Labour Party, has been successful throughout a couple of months in transforming the upcoming presidential race into a three- horse race.

Several politicians who were unsuccessful in winning the nomination for governor of their respective parties have turned to the Labour Party as a possible refuge and are looking to capitalize on the popularity of Peter Obi.

However, despite Obi’ s widespread attraction, the party was unable to field candidates for several Senate and House of Representatives seats, particularly in regions that are not considered to be his stronghold’ s support.

According to the list that was made public by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the Labour Party has submitted applications for 78 of the available 109 seats.

Despite this, Mr. Obi’ s popularity is still questioned in the regions of the Northeast and Northwest. Mr. Obi is popular in the South and some regions of the North- Central.

There are 176 846 polling units located all over the country, and each political party is required to have at least one agent working at each polling location.

It is possible to guarantee that agents will be present at all polling units if candidates have all senatorial and federal constituencies.

The Labor Party does not have a single candidate running for senatorial office in Borno State, which is the home state of Kashim Shettima, the running mate for the All Progressives Congress (APC).

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