2023: Youth leader picks N30m Labour Party presidential forms | Dailytrust

2023: Youth leader picks N30m Labour Party presidential forms

The sole presidential aspirant of the Labour Party (LP), Hon. Sampson Uchenna Charles, has submitted his presidential expression and nomination forms at the headquarters of the party.

Submitting the form on Wednesday in Abuja, Hon. Charles promise to radically transform the nation’s national security architecture and settle all labour disputes in Nigeria.

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Charles who returned his N30m form to the Labour Party and was received by the Chairman of the party, Barrister Julius Abure, said Nigeria deserves the best from her government and not the spate of insecurity and protracted labour crisis that undermined the human resources in the country.

Deputy National Youth Leader of the Sampson Uchenna Charles Campaign Organisation, Aminu Bello, submitted the form on behalf of the aspirant to the party.

He said that when given the opportunity to fly the flag of the party and eventually win at the polls Charles would transform Nigeria’s security architecture to work for the people.

Also, the Director General of the Hon. Charles’ Presidential Campaign Organisation, Dr. Damsump Danjuma, who read Charles speech at the event said, “I respectfully urge you, our comrades, to ensure that our votes count in the 2023 elections and that the Labour Party remains our choice.

“Labour Party government, will tackle every labor dispute that has to do with Nigerians and workers with utmost respect and sincerity. I will transform our agricultural system to modern mechanization and developing the family to improve the value chain.

“There will be a radical transformation of our security and intelligence architecture. I will ensure adequate remuneration and welfare of the Nigerian worker and advance the overhauls of our decade infrastructure, especially power, roads, railway among others to boost economic and entrepreneurial drives nationally,” he said.

The National Chairman of the Labour Party, Barrister Julius Abure, who received the forms, said that Nigeria was already in shambles, given the poor leadership system that has led to deterioration of infrastructure, security and the economy.

He said that all of these has undermined the dictate of chapter two of the Nigerian Constitution that tasked the government on good welfare for the people, and better living conditions and which the LP government, would turn around for good if Nigerians give the party the 2023 presidency.

He also assured that there will be a level playing field by the leadership of the party in the primaries and that all aspirants for various positions would be treated equally without cutting corners.

The Anambra State-born Charles is businessman, philanthropist and grand patron of the National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN).

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