The ‘placeholder’ vice presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Doyin Okupe has revealed why Labour Party and the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) are yet to form an alliance.
He noted that talks are still ongoing.
According to Okupe, the Labour Party and NNPP have agreed to form a new political order in the country but are yet to reach an agreement on which party will produce the presidential candidate.
He told said that both Peter Obi and Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso are insisting on being the presidential candidate.
The former presidential aide noted that an agreement on who emerges the flag bearer is the only issue delaying the alliance.
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