Daniel Bwala Warns Labour Party
OpenLife Nigeria reports that Daniel Bwala, a former spokesperson for the Peoples Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Organisation, who recently visited President Bola Ahmed to register his supports for the All Progressives Congress, APC, led federal government has sent warning to Labour Party.
Labour Party was the platform used by Peter Obi, former governor of Anambra State for the 2023 presidential contest.
Daniel Bwala, an international motivational speaker, author, adjunct lecturer and human resource development consultant whose teaching and motivational speaking spans Africa, Europe and the Americas sent the warning through his X handle.
Without advancing reasons for the warning, Bwala wrote:
“Labour Party in red. Dey your Dey, make I Dey my Dey ! Nobody worry no body. If una worry me, I go visit una matter and I go go harder on Pitobi matter like my brother Reno ohh. No body worry no body.”
However, it would be recalled that during the visit to Tinubu, Bwala said he is committed to working for President Bola Tinubu and has no apologies for doing so.
Mr Bwala, who now appears to have defected from opposition leader, Atiku Abubakar, disclosed this to State House Correspondents in Abuja after visiting President Tinubu on Wednesday, January 11.
He said he has of recent been expressing support for the president’s decisions regardless of his political affiliation.
“In the last few days, I have been expressing my surprise and appreciation to the president for the decisions he is taking. So this is not about political party. And you need to know that like I said, I was with him before I left.
“And I was doggedly committed to him. I told him today that ‘I am committing to play my part to support your administration’, and I have no apologies to anybody,” he said.
Mr Bwala was a member of the All Progressives Congress (APC) before defecting to the PDP where he was appointed a spokesperson for the Atiku Abubakar campaign in the 2023 election.
After be left the APC over the Muslim-Muslim presidential ticket of the party in the 2023 elections, Mr Bwala became one of the most vociferous critics of Mr Tinubu and his party.
He was constant on television and on social media pummelling the ruling party and its officials and attacking the policies of their government.
Only a few days ago, Mr Bwala said his principal, Atiku, would contest the presidency again in the 2027.