With less than 24 days to the 2023 presidential election, more stakeholders of the Labour Party Presidential Campaign team continue to leave the party as they catch on the looming defeat of the party in the forthcoming election.
The party’s Campaign Director in Bauchi state, Alhassan Bawu is the latest addition to the increasing number of decampees from the party in what has consequently further dented the chances of the party scooping votes in the state and the region, by and large.
According to Bawu, his premise for leaving the party is predicated on his realization that the party is bereft of what it takes to win a single seat in the region.
Bawu said all the chairpersons of the party, state, zonal officers as well as national officers from the zone have also exited the party.
“The LP is not strong and won’t be able to win a single seat in the region,” he said.
“We don’t want to waste our votes, and we want to use this time to mobilise votes to who has the capacity to win the election.”