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Obi/Datti Govt Will Eliminate Underemployment -Tanko

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By Chibuike Nwabuko

Abuja (Sundiata Post) – The Obi/Datti government will wholistically address the challenges of unemployment and underemployed in the country, the spokesman for the Thirdforce, Dr Yunusa Tanko has said.

Dr Tanko gave this assurance in Enugu at the weekend during a townhall meeting that heralded “the Charity begins at home” rally organised in support of Peter Obi, the Presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP).

He stated that the labour Party would if voted into power create jobs for Nigerian youths and elevate them from Okada and tricycle operators to better and more dignifing employments.

Dr Tanko further told the gathering which consisted more of youths to keep up the struggle to rescue Nigeria assuring them that their sacrifices would never be in vain.

He added that his shuttles across the core northern states of Zamfara, Yobe, Sokoto, Jigawa, Kano and Kaduna among others had rekindled his belief that the emergence of Obi/Datti candidacy was divine.

“I believe so because the enthusiasm of the Nigerian people to tax themselves to put up rallies and townhall meetings to mobilise supports for Obi/Datti resonates all over”.

He called for unity among the members of the Obidient family in Enugu State, stressing that “We need oneness of spirit to achieve the desired victory in the Forthcoming General election come 2023”.

The Enugu “Charity Begins at Home” rally was a huge success with massive turnouts recorded despite some initial hiccups experienced during the exercise.

The townhall meeting/rally under the able leadership of Under the able leadership of Comrade Barruster Julius Abure National Chairman and National General Secretary Ibrahim Farooq Umar lead National Working Committee (NWC) had in attendance, Barr Akinbade Oyelekan Labour Party National Legal Adviser, Comrade Dr Ayo Olurunfemi National vice chairman Comrade lyari, representative of Trade Union Congress, (TUC) and Mrs ladi Illiya National Vice Chairman, Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC).

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