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Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by GLeesMODEL(m): 2:28pm On Jan 01
Once again, a new year is gliding in gradually with countless expectations, intentions, visions and aspirations. As the year 2018 unfolds the prospects it holds for us as a nation, I would love to convey my heartfelt greetings, recommendations and applauds for every Nigerian citizen, who stood patiently in the spirit of national perseverance and true nationalism.
I want to commend specially those of us
Who worked so hard to put food on the family table
Who generated our own electricity
Who drilled our own boreholes or went miles to get water home
Who worked 2-3 jobs to see our kids go to school
Who ran helter-skelter to access basic healthcare
Who have struggled to see our businesses survive a recession having counted many losses

Years may come and go but our collective adherence to nation building will continue to blossom and will never be altered by national or global foes. 
The year 2017 came through with a myriad of dysfunctional challenges, ranging from leadership lacuna, the historic inflation that choked the economy and the several intra-national crisis between Fulani herdsmen and farmers; boko-haram insurgents; the legendary secessionism that sustained agitations of Biafra in the south eastern region of Nigeria and the recent queues for PMS that has eventually snaked into our roads. 

However, the entire leadership of Labour Party and the National Working Committee of the party is encouraging Nigerians to embrace the privileges of 2018; we must start afresh in areas where we despaired; we must start strong, and utilize this chance to do everything we couldn’t achieve in the year, 2017. As a country, I mean the giant of Africa, we must set positive goals and resolutions that are feasible, flexible and accessible, so as to accommodate a responsive interaction to suggestions.

We must remember that last year’s words belong to last year’s language, and next year’s words await another voice; however the first day of January is the first blank page of a 365-page book, we must ensure to write a good one.
Therefore, I wish every Nigerian both at home and in Diaspora a successful 2018 calendar year and also a new chance for us as a nation to get it right and more importantly, I wish you the power to keep hope alive. May the new year bring with it the aura of possibilities so that you can believe  a time will come
Where your daily bread is assured
Where power is consistent and not from the unending sounds of generator
Where you have enough faith to turn on your taps and see running water
Where your children’s education is effortless priority
Where your life counts and healthcare is accessible, available and affordable.
Where your businesses can thrive.
My desire is that we not only keep hope alive but we act to bring about these possibilities.

Labour party will continue to support the unequivocal advancement of our great country; the peoples’ request is fundamental and an imperative priority to us (Labour Party).

“Season’s Greetings”,
From Mike Omotosho
National Chairman, Labour Party
http://www.alexreports.info/2018/01/labour-party-chairman-reawakes-national.html?m=0

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Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by iamJ(m): 4:21pm On Jan 01
attention seeking

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Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by Ateewologun(m): 4:22pm On Jan 01
Apc and Pdp extension

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Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by ishiamu(m): 4:22pm On Jan 01
Click like for plenty of God's blessings this year..... God bless all the hustlers this year...

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Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by BMCSlayer: 4:22pm On Jan 01
Ah Ope o.

Lord hear our cry and be gracious to us.

Deliver us from Buhari and send us not to Atiku.

Like you sent Gideon, Deborah and David to Isreal,

Send us a man after your heart.

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Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by ada9ja(f): 4:23pm On Jan 01
Happy new year from AkadaHelper to labour party
Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by psychologist(m): 4:23pm On Jan 01
Money will soon exchange hands and dude will be silent

Meanwhile congratulations to nairaland for hitting 4 million topics now

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Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by baby124: 4:23pm On Jan 01
Nigerians should shock APC and PDP by voting labor. Many people will commit suicide

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Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by legalwebconsult(m): 4:24pm On Jan 01
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Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by michlins(m): 4:25pm On Jan 01
See this one. Who send you. After the fuel crisis you are here to send New Year message
Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by dipoost: 4:30pm On Jan 01
undecided

Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by Shayneward1: 4:31pm On Jan 01
Several intra-national crisis between Fulani herdsmen and farmers; boko-haram insurgents;

This man is more aware than our president.

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Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by Nobody: 4:37pm On Jan 01
grin

Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by lemonys(m): 4:38pm On Jan 01
Labour party in nigeria is dead
Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by Tejiri41: 4:49pm On Jan 01
iamJ:
attention seeking
APC talk.

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Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by Lanre4uonly(m): 4:51pm On Jan 01
Happy new year to all Nigerians.
Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by Esseite: 4:52pm On Jan 01
Nice speech, Atleast he stated virtually what the masses go through and have gone through to survive 2017.

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Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by ekestic1976: 4:53pm On Jan 01
[quote author=GLeesMODEL post=63796094]Once again, a new year is gliding in gradually with countless expectations, intentions, visions and aspirations. As the year 2018 unfolds the prospects it holds for us as a nation, I would love to convey my heartfelt greetings, recommendations and applauds for every Nigerian citizen, who stood patiently in the spirit of national perseverance and true nationalism.
I want to commend specially those of us
Who worked so hard to put food on the family table
Who generated our own electricity
Who drilled our own boreholes or went miles to get water home
Who worked 2-3 jobs to see our kids go to school
Who ran helter-skelter to access basic healthcare
Who have struggled to see our businesses survive a recession having counted many losses

Years may come and go but our collective adherence to nation building will continue to blossom and will never be altered by national or global foes. 
The year 2017 came through with a myriad of dysfunctional challenges, ranging from leadership lacuna, the historic inflation that choked the economy and the several intra-national crisis between Fulani herdsmen and farmers; boko-haram insurgents; the legendary secessionism that sustained agitations of Biafra in the south eastern region of Nigeria and the recent queues for PMS that has eventually snaked into our roads. 

However, the entire leadership of Labour Party and the National Working Committee of the party is encouraging Nigerians to embrace the privileges of 2018; we must start afresh in areas where we despaired; we must start strong, and utilize this chance to do everything we couldn’t achieve in the year, 2017. As a country, I mean the giant of Africa, we must set positive goals and resolutions that are feasible, flexible and accessible, so as to accommodate a responsive interaction to suggestions.

We must remember that last year’s words belong to last year’s language, and next year’s words await another voice; however the first day of January is the first blank page of a 365-page book, we must ensure to write a good one.
Therefore, I wish every Nigerian both at home and in Diaspora a successful 2018 calendar year and also a new chance for us as a nation to get it right and more importantly, I wish you the power to keep hope alive. May the new year bring with it the aura of possibilities so that you can believe  a time will come
Where your daily bread is assured
Where power is consistent and not from the unending sounds of generator
Where you have enough faith to turn on your taps and see running water
Where your children’s education is effortless priority
Where your life counts and healthcare is accessible, available and affordable.
Where your businesses can thrive.
My desire is that we not only keep hope alive but we act to bring about these possibilities.

Labour party will continue to support the unequivocal advancement of our great country; the peoples’ request is fundamental and an imperative priority to us (Labour Party).

“Season’s Greetings”,
From Mike Omotosho
National Chairman, Labour Party
http://www.alexreports.info/2018/01/labour-party-chairman-reawakes-national.html?m=0

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May God grant us the Grace to know that it's time to try a FRESH Party, an ALTERNATIVE PARTY that's not encumbered by the atrocities of both PDP and APC. This playing of Nigerians as Football must stop. Strange, we're the only ones who can put an END to it!

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Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by kambili999(f): 4:53pm On Jan 01
iamJ:
attention seeking
common don't do this. Even if you don't feel anything from it just pretend to be nice. it's healthier you know

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Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by Nobody: 5:14pm On Jan 01
smiley
Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by OrangeDream(m): 5:29pm On Jan 01
This party is truly in labour room for the birth of another monumental electioneering failure. Who gives in to poetry and rhetorics like this?.
Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by CandidSeeker(m): 5:46pm On Jan 01
Ateewologun:
Apc and Pdp extension

Don't jump to conclusions.
Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by smileyoo: 5:53pm On Jan 01
Shayneward1:

This man is more aware than our president.
who told you that bubu is not aware? he is only being hypocritical as an un-repentant bigot, that he has always been.

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Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by AiiVee(m): 5:59pm On Jan 01
alrighty... who's your nominee
Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by Alanzazani: 6:56pm On Jan 01
It is high time Nigerians bring an unknown person to lead this country not these recycled politicians that are after only thier selfish interests. Sentiments aside is Buhari the change we envisaged? The same poo that has being going down since the 70's is still what is happening
Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by Kenny4lyfe(m): 3:48am On Jan 02
January 2nd 2018 at 3:47am and this thread is still on page 0 cry

O ga oh! Pessin no fit reignite national hope for Nigeria in peace again?
Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by stepheniyiola: 8:22pm On Jan 03
Dis is d only party dat can save us in Nigeria, dis a party we can join hands to build and not a party wish some people build, dis is a party for d youth, a party without Godfather nor Godmother a party of d youth
Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by stepheniyiola: 8:58pm On Jan 03
my people, this is d time to make d right choose, by asking God to deliver us and also taking a step to join and support d right and d choosen party of d people, by d people and for d people. join labour party to move Nigeria to d next level of success
Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by shittukamlad: 6:25am On Jan 04
It is high time we give Labour party a chance in this country. APC leaders are still decampees from PDP who has putten us where we are today, so it is still a party of the cabals and PDP can't be trusted again, it has rule us for 16 years without a significant impact expect legalizing corruption.

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Re: Labour Party Chairman Reawakes National Hope; Shares Heartfelt Seasons Greetings by shittukamlad: 6:31am On Jan 04
If we really want change as we all clamor then we have to support a party whose manifesto give preference to the masses. I have gone through Labour party manifesto and I am convinced that is the only party that stand for the masses and a party that will deliver.

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