“I’m Surprised That Obi Wants To Reclaim His Mandate” – Apapa

The factional leader of the Labour Party (LP), Lamidi Apapa, has slammed the presidential candidate of the party, Peter Obi, for refusing to recognize him as the acting chairman of the party.Continue Reading>>>

While speaking in an interview with Arise TV, Apapa claimed that according to the law, he is next in line to the suspended national chairman, Julius Abure, but Peter Obi refused to recognize him.


He lamented that he hasn’t done anything contrary to the law, adding that the court stopped Abure from parading himself as the national chairman of the party but Obi is disobeying the court by associating with him.Continue Reading>>>

He said that the LP presidential candidate is trying to reclaim his mandate in the court but he is disobeying the court by appearing with Abure who has been restrained from parading himself as LP chairman.

“Am I doing anything contrary to the law of the party and the law of the land by ascertaining my authority as the acting chairman of the party? What type of system are we running?Continue Reading>>>

Abure who failed to honor court orders is appearing at the tribunal with Peter Obi who is trying to claim his mandate from the tribunal through the rule of law. Is that how to rule a country? I’m surprised that Peter Obi wants to reclaim his mandate through the court of law but he is disobeying that court of law. It is unfortunate.”


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