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Edo guber: Labour Party adjusts date for primaries, increases number of delegates

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The Labour Party in Edo State has made adjustments to its guidelines ahead of the governorship primary election. The party’s National Working Committee held a meeting and approved the changes. Obiora Ifoh, the National Publicity Secretary of the Labour Party, disclosed the adjustments in a statement. The sale of forms, initially scheduled to end on February 10, has been extended to February 12. Additionally, the governorship primaries, which were originally planned for February 22, will now take place on February 23. The party also increased the number of local government delegates from five to seven in all 18 LGAs. This decision came after considering input from various stakeholders, such as members of the National Assembly, elders, and party leaders in the state. The aim is to ensure wider participation and democratization of the exercise. The party assured all aspirants of a fair and transparent process leading to the emergence of its flag bearer, emphasizing that it will not interfere in the process.

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