The presidential candidate of the Labour Party, LP, Mr. Peter Obi on Wednesday met with the Director General of World Trade Organisation, WTO, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.
The WTO boss made this known on her verified Twitter handle.
She wrote: “With Governor @PeterObi at the @WTO discussing Nigeria’s economic recovery and the role of trade.”
The Labour Party presidential candidate is currently on a foreign tour to meet with his supporters in Canada, Germany, London, Rome, the United States, Switzerland, where it is expected he would raise a substantial amount of the funds needed for the election, through crowdfunding.
Founder of Centre for Values in Leadership, and one of the leaders of Labour Party (LP), Professor Pat Utomi, recently revealed that the crowdfunding portals Nigerians in the Diaspora planned to launch for Obi, would be unveiled next week.
THISDAY had exclusively reported that in a bid to bolster his chances in the 2023 presidential election, Nigerians in the diaspora had formed groups to launch crowdfunding initiatives for Obi. They planned to unveil crowdfunding portals with a target to raise $150 million from Obi’s supporters in the diaspora and N100 billion from those in Nigeria, THISDAY had reported.
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