Labor Party (LP) presidential candidate Mr Peter Obi announced on Sunday why he would no longer continue his ongoing Diaspora engagements planned for South Africa.
He explained that he has moved his travel abroad to a later date to allow him to start relevant campaign businesses.
Obi, who made the announcement on Sunday in a tweet via his verified Twitter account, was expected to arrive in South Africa, where he was scheduled to meet with the Nigerian business community.
The Labor Party standard bearer, who was recently in the United States as part of his international diaspora consultations to deliberate with Harvard academics and critical thinkers about the political momentum that would propel his government if he were elected president next year, made a called out to his South African supporters. for the inconveniences that their postponed planned trip may have caused them.
Obi tweeted: “My Diaspora engagement program before the campaign had included a visit to South Africa. Unfortunately, campaign demands and demands prevent me from making a visit to South Africa in October as planned. However, I remain committed to visiting at a later date.
“Any inconvenience caused to #OBIteeth in South Africa due to this change of plans is regretted,” he said.