Julius Abure regains his position as the national chairman of Labour Party

*Says there are no factions in the party

JULIUS Abure, national chairman of the Labour Party (LP), heaved a sigh of relief on Thursday, May 18 when the the Court of Appeal revoke the order restraining him from his substantive office.


Prior to the ruling Abure has been in a leadership tussle with Lamido Apapa, his deputy, who accused him of corruption, subsequently suspended him and usurped the office although he (Apapa) was not supported by majority of the members of the party.


Apapa also subsequently got a court order restraining Abure from parading himself as the national chairman.


However, all the fight has been laid to rest as said that “It has become imperative for me to address this press conference to properly put the legal issues surrounding the leadership of the party on their proper perspectives for quite some time now about the leadership of the party.


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“The matter is now on the course list of the Court of Appeal. So, what the High Court judge is expected to do is to adjourn the matter sine die.” – with reports from the Tribune.


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