Labour Party Candidate in Delta State, Harrison Gwamnishu, Reveals Serious Debt and

Financial Struggles and Mental Health

A candidate of the Labour Party (LP) in Delta State, Harrison Gwamnishu, is facing significant challenges on both the financial and mental health fronts.

Gwamnishu, who contested the State House of Assembly seat in Delta State during the March 18 election, recently took to his Facebook account to share his distressing situation.

Debt Troubles Post-Election

In his Facebook post, Gwamnishu revealed that he has been grappling with a substantial amount of debt that he secured before the election.

This debt has been a source of immense stress and difficulty for him.

Selling Assets in Desperation

As a result of his financial woes, Gwamnishu resorted to selling his assets, including a car, in a desperate attempt to repay the loans he had taken out.

Temporary Step Down from Human Rights Leadership

In light of his ongoing struggles, Gwamnishu made the difficult decision to step down from his position as the head of a human rights team.

He expressed his gratitude to his supporters and those who have been part of his journey but explained that his current circumstances necessitated this temporary withdrawal.

A Plea for Understanding

Gwamnishu emphasized that he had not engaged in any fraudulent activities and that his financial difficulties stemmed from business setbacks, which can be verified.

He also apologized to those who may have felt disappointed by his situation, acknowledging that he is only human and can face personal challenges like anyone else.

A Hope for Resolution

Despite the hardships he’s facing, Gwamnishu expressed his hope to overcome these difficulties and return to his human rights work as soon as possible.

He thanked those who had supported him and ended his message with a plea for understanding and compassion.

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