LP crisis: Arabambi’s determination to be named national chairman

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Lamidi Apapa, a former LP factional chairman, has stated that he will not relinquish his struggle for leadership of the party.

The former chairman remains undeterred, according to Apapa’s faction, notwithstanding the Court of Appeal in Abuja’s verdict on March 6, 2024.

Julius Abure’s position as party chairman was upheld by the verdict.

Nevertheless, Abayomi Arabambi, who is a spokesperson for Apapa’s group, has stated that he has approached the Supreme Court in an effort to reverse the decision of the Appeal Court.

The capital of Ogun State, Abeokuta, was the setting for his Sunday speech to the media.

The Acting National Chairman of Labour Party, Lamidi Apapa, has successfully appealed the judgment in favor of Julius Abure, which was handed down by the Abuja court of appeal in the Supreme Court. Arabambi reports that Apapa filed a motion for stay of execution on Thursday, March 7, 2024, 24 hours after the judgment, which was described by Apapa as “the most bizarre, disturbing, and corrupt judgement ever delivered by any justices of the Court of Appeal in Nigeria history.”

Since the general election of 2023, Abure and Apapa have fought for control of the Labour Party.

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