LABOUR Party boasts of winning Lagos despite TINUBU’S influence

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The Vice-President candidate of the Labour Party, Datti Baba-Ahmed, has expressed confidence over his party’s victory in Lagos State during Saturday’s presidential election.




The former Kaduna lawmaker noted that former Lagos Governor and All Progressives Congress Presidential Candidate, Bola Tinubu, could not stop his principal, Peter Obi from winning the forthcoming polls.




With over seven million eligible voters, Lagos beats runner-up Kano State’s 5.9 million registered voters.




While speaking during a live appearance on Channels Television on Tuesday, he said, “By the grace of God, we have won Lagos, irrespective of Tinubu there. Are they going to come out and spread the people who are voting?”





While admitting Kaduna is an “APC state”, he said it falls under “our category”, which according to him is a simple win. “Kaduna is category A in the whole of the North-West,” he added.




Asked about states he sees as an uphill battle, Baba-Ahmed said, “Yobe [and] Zamfara, of course. Those are two good friends.”

The former Senator rejected the notion that winning the election is a long shot.

He continued: “It is logical. Many things that have never happened before in Nigeria are happening now with Labour Party. We’re the only three – party chairman, candidate, vice – born after independence.

“I’m losing modesty here. He’s a correct degree earner, which others cannot show you. I know Kwankwaso says he has a PhD; I don’t boast about a PhD or two Master’s Degrees.

“The 2023 elections, by the special grace of Almighty Allah who gives power, is as good as won by Labour Party because of the mistakes others have made,” he added.

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