Lawyer and Plateau North senatorial candidate of the Labour Party, Gyang Zi, has expressed confidence that the party will triumph in all political offices convincingly during the 2023 general elections.
Gyang Zi disclosed this in Jos during an interview with our news men after the just concluded unveiling of the labour party presidential candidate by the middle belt forum on Wednesday 28 September 2022.
He noted that the event is a clear indication that the labour party is well prepared for the 2023 electoral campaign.
stating that the warm reception by the good people of Plateau affirms that the labour party is going to host the next president of Nigeria and most of the national assembly candidates especially those from Plateau State.
Zi explained that in Nigeria there is no independent political candidate but political parties, “yet you will see certain candidates especially on the Plateau attaching their own photographs with that of his excellency Dr Peter Obi.”
the senatorial candidate added that it is an approval of peter obi’s capacity, although it’s not supposed to be so.
“As can be seen with the labour party presidential candidate peter Obi who introduced contesting candidates in his party to the people of Plateau during the unveiling, rather than candidates of APC or PDP”
“From the gubernatorial to the house of assembly flag bearers I have not seen any better candidates than that of the Labour Party especially if one is to consider and compare their achievements while they were in power”
Gyang Zi disclosed that if voted into power he will make sure to review and make laws that will benefit his constituency.
He said “I will lobby to ensure that my constituent gets the very best projects and sponsor views that will enhance the economy of the nation, assist in stabilizing insecurity, creat empowerment for the people, job opportunities for women and youth, while making sure to engage the constituents before embarking on any community project”
He concluded stating that it is not his place to speak on his qualities as the people will judge for themselves.