Labour Party 2023: “It Is Not Worthy To Be In APC”, APC Chieftain Narrates After Denouncing Party

Written by on July 21, 2022

 In Lagos State, Moshood Salvador of All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain defected to the Labour Party (LP) on Wednesday .

Moshood Salvador defecting to labour party

Moshood Salvador defecting to Labour Party

“It is not worthy to be in APC. We have to move to where labour counts”, he said  after announcing that labour party has given him Governorship ticket for the party.

The leader of Conscience Forum (CF) in Lagos APC said he was moving to his new party with all members of the forum.

At the official declaration in Surulere, Salvador expressed confidence that the platform would perform well at the polls.

“My concern is all about people. All the APC promised to give to my people, none was given.

“We have given the pledge, with the collaboration of my followers we will work hard and get the victory for LP in Lagos in 2023.

“We are starting now, the work starts now, no delay” I’m going to take so many people to labour party for the betterment of our people.




You should also recall that,  a chieftain of the All Progressive Congress, Chinedu Onyeizu also announced his resignation from the APC in Abia State.


Chinedu Onyeizu to labour party

Chinedu Onyeizu to Labour Party


Onyeizu, who was a 2019 aspirant for the seat of Abia South Senatorial District on the platform of the APC, made this known  in Umuahia.

He also joined the Labour Party (LP) to pursue his political ambitions and declared total support for the gubernatorial bid of Dr Alex Chioma Otti, ahead of the general election in 2023 in Abia State.

He further noted that the party has failed to play its democratic role to serve as a vehicle to leverage in bringing about the needed change, regretting also that the youths are being schemed out again in determining their future and unborn generations.

He said, “You will all agree with me that the outcome of the recently concluded national convention of the APC leaves little or no hope for the masses of Nigerians going forward. Our fears have been underlined by the outcome of the event. Nigerian youths have once again been schemed out in deciding their future.

“As I returned from the APC national convention, there has been significant pressure by our supporters and followers for us to join hands with the presidential candidate of the Party, His Excellency, Mr Peter Obi and the Abia State Governorship Standard-bearer, Dr Alex Otti, in the coming 2023 elections respectively to actualize our dream of effecting an enduring and rewarding change in our country.



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