Today’s hearing at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal is still going on as Peter Obi and Julius Abure, the National Chairman of the Labour Party, are in court. However, when Lamidi Apapa, who poses as the acting national chairman of the Labour Party, and some of his supporters stormed the court to attend the hearing, a fight broke out. According to reports, they were denied access to the seats set aside for Labour Party members, which led to heated exchanges between the faction led by Lamidi Apapa and Julius Abure.
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Lamidi Apapa has been posing as the acting national chairman of the Labour Party and has even threatened to replace Peter Obi’s attorneys if they don’t give him a 48-hour update on the court proceedings.
Although Julius Abure has reaffirmed that he is the party’s official National Chairman, the leadership dispute in the Labour Party has been going on for weeks.
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