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Meet The Team Of Spokespersons Of The Obi And Datti Presidential Campaign

Meet The Team Of Spokespersons Of The Obi And Datti Presidential Campaign



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Here are the spokespersons for the Obi and Datti Presidential Campaign 2023. 

The names of the official spokespersons for the Labour Party’s 2023 presidential campaign have been released to the public.

The list, which includes six young, bright, and intelligent Nigerians, has sparked excitement among Labour Party members, who have been rejoicing.

On the list are a well-known barrister, well-known human rights advocates, and well-known national leaders.

Party members are buzzing about the lineup that was made public by Dr. Doyin Okupe, director-general of the Obi/Datti presidential campaign.

The names and pictures were originally seen by on Mr. Charly Boy’s Twitter page, where he wrote:

  • “So, Tanko Yinusa, Dele Farotimi, Kenneth Okonkwo, Nana Kazaure, Ime Ufot and Ndi Kato don show. Oya, Festus Keyamo, Bwala, Reno, APC and PDP are you ready?Obidient’s first eleven don enter field. Now, we go know how far.”

For those who don’t know them well, let’s take a closer look at the six individuals who will be speaking on behalf of the party in each of the six regions of the country.

Obi And Datti Team of Spokespersons
Obi And Datti Team of Spokespersons

Obi And Datti Team of Spokespersons

The Obi/Datti Presidential Campaign’s Spokespersons: Get to Know Them

1. Kenneth Okonkwo

A few weeks after Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the APC presidential candidate, chose Senator Kashim Shettima as his running mate, the prominent Nollywood actor and well-known lawyer Kenneth Okonkwo resigned from the party. He served as Peter Obi’s Dynamic Ambassadors’ spokesperson prior to his current position. The Southeast is under his control.

2. Nana Kazaure

Nana Kazaure, a legal affairs analyst Ahead to the 2023 presidential election, will be in charge of the nation’s northeast for the Labour Party campaign.

3. Ndi Kato

She is a human rights advocate and a former candidate for the Kaduna State House of Assembly for the People’s Democratic Party. She has been outspoken on social media in favor of the Labour Party. She was active during the #EndSARS protests in Abuja and is currently the Executive Director of Dinidari Africa. She will be in charge of the northwest region of the country for Labour Party.

4. Yunusa Tanko

Tanko, a seasoned politician and former Save Nigeria Group secretariat member, is in charge of the group. He is still the National Consultative Front’s spokesperson and was formerly the national head of the National Conscience Party. His depth of political and communications expertise is anticipated to energize the Labour Party before the election.

5. Dele Fatorimi

Farotimi is an accomplished novelist, political activist, and lawyer. His commitment to the emergence of a new and improved Nigeria has never been in question. He has made a strong case for Nigerians coming together to drive the APC and the PDP out of national politics. The Labour Party views Fatorimi’s inclusion on its list as a stroke of genius. He’ll be in charge of the southwest region.

6. Ime Ufot

Ufot is a skilled marketer and advertiser who served as the organization’s previous chairman (southeast zone). Those who are familiar with the workings of the party are not surprised by his inclusion because he has previously spoken on behalf of the Labour Party. The south-south zone will be under his control.

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