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Why Obi Remains Symbol Of People’s Revolution – Ogene

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Hon Afam Victor Ogene who is the leader of the Labour Party (LP), caucus in the House of Representatives, has asserted that the Presidential candidate of his party in the last election Mr Peter Obi remains the undoubted symbol of the people’s revolution towards the enthronement of a new Nigeria.

Ogene, who represents Ogbaru Federal Constituency Anambra State, in the House of Representatives, made this assertion in a statement sent to The Eastern Updates on Wednesday, while felicitating with Mr Peter Obi, on his 62nd birthday celebration.

He said: ‘It is with great pleasure that I join the ever-growing mass of supporters of Obi to felicitate with him on his 61st birthday.”

‘With an ever-growing army of converts, desirous of partnering with you in the search for a new order, you can be rest assured, Your Excellency, that the struggle would endure, until victory is achieved.’

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Ogene went further to contend that recent national political consciousness, which was ignited by supporters of the Obidient Movement and richly resonated across the country, is indicative of the fact that Obi remains the undoubted symbol of the People’s Revolution geared towards the enthronement of a new Nigeria.

Ogene said further that Obi’s simple lifestyle, discipline, integrity and commitment to equitable development and prosperity of Nigeria, give hope and belief to all generations of Nigerians, irrespective of social, economic, ethnic or religious divides.

‘I, therefore, join many well-meaning Nigerians across board to congratulate this great Nigerian and to also pray for good health, sound mind, strength and wisdom to continue on the path of honour and national rebirth, without discouragement and distractions.

‘My leader and brother, Keep the light of this great movement alive, you are not alone. Majority of Nigerians are already in consensus that Nigeria deserves better. Be the light to that better future!’

The Eastern Updates reports that Obi turns 62 today.

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