Arabambi will be asked to prove the allegations he has made against Obi and the Labour Party very soon

A few hours ago, the Labour Party came out to dismiss the recent allegations leveled against its presidential candidate, Peter Gregory Obi by a member of the Lamidi Apapa-led faction of the party.Continue Reading>>>

Recall that while addressing a press conference a few days ago, the self-proclaimed National Publicity Secretary of the Apapa-led faction, Abayomi Arabambi accused Obi of engaging in the diversion of party funds to the tune of 400 million Naira alongside the embattled National Chairman, Barrister Julius Abure, and some other key members of the National Working Committee (NWC).

He went on to allege that the diverted funds were the chief reason why Obi has stood by Abure despite the various allegations raised against him.Continue Reading>>>

However, reacting to Arabambi’s claim during a press conference on Sunday, the National Secretary of the Labour Party, Umar Farouk revealed that the executives of the party have begun making plans to have the Apapa faction come out to prove the allegations it has leveled against Obi and Abure.

He said; “The issue of those allegations is already in court and a time of reconning is going to come. Arabambi and his co-travelers are saying things but soon, they will be made to come and account for all those allegations they are leveling against Obi, and others. Personally, I will take up this issue. Anybody who comes out to blackmail our names by saying all sorts in the public space will certainly be called to provide proof of his claims. We will take the matter up.

They said Obi and Abure diverted 200 million, now, they have increased to 400 million. And they have even migrated from allegations of financial impropriety to issues of threat to life. We don’t do things that way. But let them continue talking. We know their game and it is over already. Their ship is already sinking.”

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