Mrs. Dudu Manuga has been named as the party’s national women’s leader by the Labour Party, (LP)
Manuga, a specialist in education and humanitarian issues, comes from Gombe State. The Responsible Citizenship and Humanitarian Development Initiative’s executive director is Manuga.
She graduated from the University of Jos with a degree in both French and languages. Peter Obi, the party’s presidential candidate, confirmed Manuga’s candidacy as the party’s first female head on Thursday.
Obi announced it in a tweet sent from his verified Twitter account as he congratulated Manuga.
Congratulations to Mrs. Dudu Manuga from Gombe State on being named the National Woman Leader of our fantastic party, the Labour Party, reads the tweet. -PO.
Recall that Obi has recently made a number of church visits on his timeline. When the Labour Party candidate attended a worship service with the Abuja-based Dunamis International Gospel Center on Friday, he became a social media trending topic.
He was accompanied by the First Lady of Delta State, Edith Okowa, the Governor of Akwa Ibom State, Emmanuel Udom, and a pastor who prayed for Nigeria.
Obi begged God to deliver Nigeria from its current problems, including insecurity, during his visit to the church.
The Labour Party candidate could be seen bowing while carrying the Nigerian flag and praying fervently for Nigeria.
God we have no other country except this one, God deliver us, God heal us, God liberate us, we have no nation except this one, God deliver us,” Obi prayed.
Shortly after his visit, Obi also worshiped at Obi worshiped at Revival Assembly Church Ogba, in Lagos State.
Recall Obi, a former Anambra State Governor, is one of the frontline contenders for the 2023 presidential election.
Obi has enjoyed online patronage and growing acceptance among many youths, especially from the southern part of Nigeria since he emerged as the Labour Party candidate for 2023 general election
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