LEADERSHIP of Legacy Party of Nigeria (LPN), has promised to provide enabling ground that will enhance implementation of restructuring when it emerges victorious in the 2019 presidential election.
It identified restructuring as one of the variable solutions to end ethnic and political agitations, which for the past years had crippled the economy of Nigeria.
This was stated during a meeting of the leadership of the party, at its state Secretariat, Awka.
The meting was heavily attended by representatives of every state in South East.
Addressing newsmen, the South East Coordinator of LPN, Pastor Anthony Okonkwo said the party, founded by Alhaji Babangida in 2017, had consolidated its structure in all the states in Nigeria.
Okonkwo stressed it was formed to inject indelible solutions to the problems of Nigeria and give a new economic dimension that would add values to Nigerian currency.
He urged Igbos to embrace the party as the only political platform that would ensure emancipation.
In his words, “Igbos have lost a lot. We need to rebuild our value system. LPN is the only party that has Igbos mandate.”
The Abia State Coordinator, Chief Chikodili Frank Igbo, recalled that over 4000 meaningful individuals across Nigeria defected to LPN certified of its lofty ideology.
LNP Anambra State Women leader, Mrs Peace Nwammadu called on women to embrace the party, as it would ensure active participation of women in politics, offering them political equality.
Also, Anambra State Coordinator, Chief Marcel Nwaebonam and one of the stakeholders in the party, Chief Ephraim Nwoye regretted that the present leadership of Nigeria had failed to protect the general interest of the people.
They lamented that the masses had been denied the dividends of democracy, and assured the people that LNP would be the only solution to the problems of Nigeria.