The presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi, has insisted that he is still in talks with his counterpart from the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), Rabiu Kwankwaso.
Obi made the remarks during a panel discussion at the Revival House of Glory’s Men of Valour Conference in Abuja.
The former Anambra State Governor stated that prayers alone are no longer sufficient to save the country.
“We’ve prayed long enough; now it’s time to act.” With these people in charge? You can pray all you want, but they won’t leave until you chase them away.
“It’s time to do something, not just pray.” “It’s time to close the church and deal with these people,” he said.
Obi also confirmed that talks between LP and NNPP were still ongoing.
“All I can say is that what he said is correct,” he said. I can’t say anything else.”
However, the NNPP National Publicity Secretary Agbo Major has debunked reports that such discussion or negotiation had occurred between Kwankwaso and Obi.
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