Labour Party has emerged the first political party to produce a candidate ahead for the 2023 presidential election.
This follows the submission of a fully filled nomination by Sampson Uchenna Charles, a oil magnate on Wednesday, at the party’s secretariat in Abuja.
Charles was represented by the Deputy National Youth Leader of his Campaign Organisation, Aminu Bello, promising to radically transform the national security architecture and “settle all labour disputes in Nigeria.”
Several supporters accompanied the aspirant in a bid to fulfil all procedures of nomination and expression of interest for the office of the President.
Charles and his supporters were received by the LP Chairman, Julius Abure, who said that Nigeria deserved the best from her government.
He lamented that the living standards of Nigerians have reduced poorly because the ruling All Progressives Congress government had failed the people.
The Labour Party chairman further said that the oil mogul had fulfilled all the requirement of the party to be its presidential aspirant.
Daily Report Nigeria recalls that the LP had earlier fixed its presidential primaries during for June 2022.