In a few days away, Labour Party said it would formally unveil the names of leaders and members that would form its Presidential Campaign Council towards winning the next election.
This was contained in a statement released in Abuja, by the national chairman of the party, Julius Abure.
Abure disclosed that the announcement of the PCC composition would also herald the official kick off of the party electioneering campaign in full compliance with the electoral guidelines.
The National Publicity Secretary of the Labour Party, Abayomi Arabambi, had also confirmed that the party had no immediate plan to launch its campaign.
Arabambi, however pledged that the candidate would unveil his policy document on the same day he announces his presidential campaign council.
The party chairman reassured supporters that the constitution of Obi’s PCC and campaign will be ready in a few days.
The statement read, “For our numerous supporters and members across the nation, this is to inform you that we are yet to commence our own campaigns.
“The Labour Party will officially open its campaigns in a few days from now and the world will be formally notified. It will also formally unveil a list of leaders and members of the party that will form the campaign council.”
Abure also empathised with Nigerian students reeling from the face-off between Academic Staff Union of Universities and the Federal Government, saying LP felt their plight.