Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo has taken to social media to air his opinion, following how a Nigerian woman called out the Labour Party for allegedly their working against their 2023 presidential flag bearer, Peter Obi in making sure that wins the 2023 presidential election. He aired such opinion on Twitter.
Festus Keyamo who reacted to such accusation through his official Twitter account, uploaded a video of a woman who happens to be a supporter of 2023 presidential candidate, Peter Obi, as she revealed that the ruling APC party have gathered large number of youths in Ekiti House, Abuja while the Labour Party they were killing themselves for is no where to be found.
The woman further asked about the whereabouts of Julius Abure, Akin Osuntokun and the opposition party’s presidential campaign council, adding that now is not the time for them to be holding meetings and travelling out of the country.
The woman also asked about the people that took the money they gave them in support of their campaign rallies, adding that the Labour Party is supposed to be at the front if they truly want Peter Obi to win the election but they are not working like the APC.
The woman finally stated that God will not forgive the Labour Party for allegedly embezzling the money that was meant for their campaigns, not mobilizing their supporters and betraying Peter Obi.
To watch the video, click on the link below;
Just now, I stumbled upon this video of some Labour Party and Peter Obi supporters lamenting about the state of affairs within their ranks. Some of us warned these rookies last year that when the jungle finally matures, the cubs will disappear. This video is a classic example of… pic.twitter.com/sk8kYmiSl5
— Festus Keyamo, SAN (@fkeyamo) May 26, 2023
And so Festus Keyamo in reaction to such video, stated that some of them warned rookies like such woman last year that when the jungle finally matures, the cubs will disappear, adding that the video is a classic example of what happens when the jungle matures.
Here is Festus Keyamo’s post below;