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Apapa in charge of LP As Supreme Court Upheld Chief Ukaegbu Ikechukwu Joseph (Ikenga) As the Imo State Gubernatorial Candidate for the 11th November, 2023 Gubernatorial Election

Apapa in charge of LP As Supreme Court Upheld Chief Ukaegbu Ikechukwu Joseph (Ikenga) As the Imo State Gubernatorial Candidate for the 11th November, 2023 Gubernatorial Election

Details of the Certified True Copy, CTC of the Supreme Court Judgement shall be made public within 48 hours.


Highly of the Labour Party LP Struggles.


This victory follows from the 16th April, 2023 primaries conducted by Alhaji Lamidi Basiru Apapa led National Working Committee, NWC for the off-season Gubernatorial Election in Bayelsa, Imo and Kogi States respectively.


1: That the gubernatorial primary for Imo state was conducted by the following Electoral Committee members of the Apapa led National Working Committee, NWC:


(a): Comrade Eragbe Anslem, the National Youth Leader, as the Returning Officer,


(b): Alhaji Alkali Ibrahim Mohammed, the National Vice Chairman North East, as the Chairman,


(c): Barr Monday Mawah, the Acting Deputy National Secretary, as the Secretary,


(d): Comrade Oko Eze Splendour, the Acting National Vice Chairman, as member of the Electoral Committee for the Imo governorship primaries of 16th April, 2023.


2: That the Supreme Court in it's Judgement of Monday 11th September, 2023 has finally put to rest the issues of the authentic candidates for the Bayelsa, Imo and Kogi States 11th November, 2023 off-season gubernatorial election and the matter of who is the authentic National Chairmanship of the Labour Party LP; with Alhaji Lamidi Basiru Apapa As the Acting National Chairman of Labour Party LP in Nigeria.


3: That Nigerians would recall that Barr Julius Abure was Restrained by the FCT High Court Order of 5th April, 2023 as Acting National Chairman along with three (3) other National Working Committee NWC members of the Labour Party LP in Nigeria including:


(b): Umar Farouk Ibrahim, Acting National Secretary,


(c): Ojukwu Clement, National Organizing Secretary, and


(c): Mrs Oluchi Okpara, National Treasurer 


From parading themselves as National Chairman and Executives of the Labour Party LP in Nigeria and that matter is still subsisting in the court of Appeal in Abuja, FCT Nigeria.


4: That this matter of the Restraining Order on Barr Julius Abure and others bother on the Nigeria Police Force Criminal Investigation Department, FCID Investigation with Forensic Audit Report that indicted Barr Julius Abure and others for:


(a): Perjury

(b): Forgery

(c): Impersonation

(d): Criminal Conspiracy with financial malfeasance to the sum of over four hundred million naira (N400,000,000.00) 


5: That this matter is in furtherance of the illegal and unlawful substitution of the name of Comrade Oko Eze Splendour, the Governorship Candidate of the Labour Party LP in Ebonyi State in the INEC PORTAL using Forged FCT High Court Affidavits, Fake TSA payment receipts, forged withdrawal letters using forged and manipulated signatures and so many other infractions committed by Barr Julius Abure and others.


6: That the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC shall be required to comply with this Supreme Court Judgement without much Ado and without any further delays, to avert the scenario of the Ebonyi case in 2024 where INEC indulged in illegality and deliberately refused to upload the name of Comrade Oko Eze in the INEC PORTAL for the 2023 Gubernatorial Election.


That this vexatious action by INEC was to the extent that INEC defied the Supreme Court Judgement that affirmed Comrade Oko Eze Splendour as the Gubernatorial Candidate of the Labour Party LP for the Ebonyi State Gubernatorial Election 2023 by deliberately refusing to upload his name in the INEC portal.


7: That by this Supreme Court Judgement affirming Chief Ukaegbu Ikechukwu Joseph (Ikenga) as the Authentic Labour Party LP candidate in Imo state, INEC shall be required to give the PORTAL CODES to Alhaji Lamidi Basiru Apapa to upload the names of the Gubernatorial Candidates for Bayelsa, Imo And Kogi States respectively


8: That this Supreme Court Judgement shall give immediate force for the immediate removal from the INEC website the names of:


(a): Barr Julius Abure, 

(b): Umar Farouk Ibrahim, 

(c): Ojukwu Clement and 

(d): Mrs Oluchi Opara and to upload the names of:


(a): Alhaji Lamidi Basiru Apapa, as Acting National Chairman 

(b): Alhaji Saleh Lawan as Acting National Secretary and 

(c): other members of the Alhaji Lamidi Basiru Apapa led National Working Committee, NWC 


Stay Tuned For The Full Details

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Labour Party LP National Working Committee, NWC 


Comrade Arabambi Abayomi

Acting National Publicity Secretary


By Eragbe Anslem

Details of the Certified True Copy, CTC of the Supreme Court Judgement shall be made public within 48 hours.


Highly of the Labour Party LP Struggles.


This victory follows from the 16th April, 2023 primaries conducted by Alhaji Lamidi Basiru Apapa led National Working Committee, NWC for the off-season Gubernatorial Election in Bayelsa, Imo and Kogi States respectively.


1: That the gubernatorial primary for Imo state was conducted by the following Electoral Committee members of the Apapa led National Working Committee, NWC:


(a): Comrade Eragbe Anslem, the National Youth Leader, as the Returning Officer,


(b): Alhaji Alkali Ibrahim Mohammed, the National Vice Chairman North East, as the Chairman,


(c): Barr Monday Mawah, the Acting Deputy National Secretary, as the Secretary,


(d): Comrade Oko Eze Splendour, the Acting National Vice Chairman, as member of the Electoral Committee for the Imo governorship primaries of 16th April, 2023.


2: That the Supreme Court in it's Judgement of Monday 11th September, 2023 has finally put to rest the issues of the authentic candidates for the Bayelsa, Imo and Kogi States 11th November, 2023 off-season gubernatorial election and the matter of who is the authentic National Chairmanship of the Labour Party LP; with Alhaji Lamidi Basiru Apapa As the Acting National Chairman of Labour Party LP in Nigeria.


3: That Nigerians would recall that Barr Julius Abure was Restrained by the FCT High Court Order of 5th April, 2023 as Acting National Chairman along with three (3) other National Working Committee NWC members of the Labour Party LP in Nigeria including:


(b): Umar Farouk Ibrahim, Acting National Secretary,


(c): Ojukwu Clement, National Organizing Secretary, and


(c): Mrs Oluchi Okpara, National Treasurer 


From parading themselves as National Chairman and Executives of the Labour Party LP in Nigeria and that matter is still subsisting in the court of Appeal in Abuja, FCT Nigeria.


4: That this matter of the Restraining Order on Barr Julius Abure and others bother on the Nigeria Police Force Criminal Investigation Department, FCID Investigation with Forensic Audit Report that indicted Barr Julius Abure and others for:


(a): Perjury

(b): Forgery

(c): Impersonation

(d): Criminal Conspiracy with financial malfeasance to the sum of over four hundred million naira (N400,000,000.00) 


5: That this matter is in furtherance of the illegal and unlawful substitution of the name of Comrade Oko Eze Splendour, the Governorship Candidate of the Labour Party LP in Ebonyi State in the INEC PORTAL using Forged FCT High Court Affidavits, Fake TSA payment receipts, forged withdrawal letters using forged and manipulated signatures and so many other infractions committed by Barr Julius Abure and others.


6: That the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC shall be required to comply with this Supreme Court Judgement without much Ado and without any further delays, to avert the scenario of the Ebonyi case in 2024 where INEC indulged in illegality and deliberately refused to upload the name of Comrade Oko Eze in the INEC PORTAL for the 2023 Gubernatorial Election.


That this vexatious action by INEC was to the extent that INEC defied the Supreme Court Judgement that affirmed Comrade Oko Eze Splendour as the Gubernatorial Candidate of the Labour Party LP for the Ebonyi State Gubernatorial Election 2023 by deliberately refusing to upload his name in the INEC portal.


7: That by this Supreme Court Judgement affirming Chief Ukaegbu Ikechukwu Joseph (Ikenga) as the Authentic Labour Party LP candidate in Imo state, INEC shall be required to give the PORTAL CODES to Alhaji Lamidi Basiru Apapa to upload the names of the Gubernatorial Candidates for Bayelsa, Imo And Kogi States respectively


8: That this Supreme Court Judgement shall give immediate force for the immediate removal from the INEC website the names of:


(a): Barr Julius Abure, 

(b): Umar Farouk Ibrahim, 

(c): Ojukwu Clement and 

(d): Mrs Oluchi Opara and to upload the names of:


(a): Alhaji Lamidi Basiru Apapa, as Acting National Chairman 

(b): Alhaji Saleh Lawan as Acting National Secretary and 

(c): other members of the Alhaji Lamidi Basiru Apapa led National Working Committee, NWC 


Stay Tuned For The Full Details

For

Labour Party LP National Working Committee, NWC 


Comrade Arabambi Abayomi

Acting National Publicity Secretary


By Eragbe Anslem

“INEC is bound by law to upload the names of those that we conducted Primary For" – Apapa says as he inaugurates new LP Excos in Lagos State

“INEC is bound by law to upload the names of those that we conducted Primary For" – Apapa says as he inaugurates new LP Excos in Lagos State

Says party will not condone any act of illegality


The Acting National Chairman of the Labour Party ALHAJI LAMIDI APAPA has said the independent National Electoral Commissioner INEC is duty bound under the law to accept and upload those the party has conducted Primaries for in different states which includes Imo, Bayelsa, Kogi among others.

He also affirmed that the party will no longer condom illegality.

Apapa made the statement in Lagos State on Saturday while inaugurating the new Excos of the party in the state.


“You are on the right side. If the other camp fails to join you, the train will soon move. 


Tell them to come and join us because we need more people,” he said.


The Lamidi Apapa-led factional national working committee (NWC) of the Labour Party, on Saturday, officially inaugurated the party’s 24-man caretaker state working committee (SWC) for Lagos.


The crisis rocking the Labour Party has worsened in Lagos State with the emergence of a factional chairman, Olumide Adesoyin, recently.


Apapa-led faction disowned the Dayo Ekong-led executive committee, which led the party into the 2023 general elections, constituted by Julius Abure-led NWC.


Inaugurating Adesoyin-led LP state working committee in Lagos, Mr Apapa, acting national chairman, in company of other NWC members, said that the LP remained a creation of the law and no one was above the law.


According to him, there is no going back in his faction’s readiness to steer the affairs of the party.


“Labour Party will not tolerate any act of indiscipline. Labour Party will not accept any act of illegality.


“Labour Party believes that nobody is above the law and this is why the level we are today is because of our belief in the court process.


“You are on the right side. If the other camp fails to join you, the train will soon move. Tell them to come and join us because we need more people,” he said.


According to him, the party’s grievances with former national chairman, Mr Abure, started when he allegedly presented himself as being above the law.


According to him, the courts have restrained Mr Abure from parading himself as national chairman.


“Nobody is above the law. Labour Party is a creation of law and if the party is created by law, anyone who violates the law is not a member of the party.


“There is nothing for us to fear. There is no going back, Abure has been restrained by courts. We are not joking,” he said.


The acting chairman said that rather than continuing in blackmailing, the Abure-led group should dissipate energy in legality.


Mr Apapa explained that he was not begging to become the national chairman of LP, but destiny, nature and right had made him the acting national chairman morally and legally.


Mr Apapa said that his faction had been winning all court cases at the Federal High Court and Appeal Court, “they still want to continue but whether they like it or not the truth shall prevail.”


On the forthcoming off-cycle elections, Mr Apapa assured the party faithful that INEC would soon accept the list of the LP candidates produced through the primaries conducted by the Apapa led Labour Party on 16th April, 2023.


“INEC is bound to accept our list because the commission is a creation of law and cannot be above the law. 


Whether INEC likes it or not, it must recognise our list of candidates.


“INEC is bound by law to upload the names of those that we conducted primary for. It is an issue of law,” Mr Apapa said.


He, however, said that the party was not opposed to reconciliation.


In his inaugural address, Mr Adesoyin said that his team had been given the power and authority to steer the affairs of the party in the state.


Earlier in his welcome party, Abass Aroyeun, the national vice chairman (South West) said that Mr Apapa had given the party a new lease of life and ability to breathe.


Mr Aroyeun urged the party faithful nationwide to remain pillar of support to Apapa-led NWC for the party to succeed.


The inaugurated SWC members include Messrs Omotayo Anjorin (deputy chairman), Olanrewaju Ibrahim (deputy chairman), Kayode Yusuf (deputy chairman), Felix Odusanya (deputy chairman), Peter Olusegun (deputy chairman), Nnaemeka Anajemba (secretary) and Richard Oliseyenum (assistant secretary).


Others include Azubike Peters (treasurer), Akinrele Abioye (financial secretary), Kunle Okunola (organising secretary), Ademola Hassan (auditor), Abass Ibrahim (legal adviser), Dupe Awe (woman leader), Elliot Ebije (youth leader), Samad Okufuwa (publicity secretary), among others.


The event was also attended by LGA and ward chairmen of Labour Party and other stakeholders loyal to Mr Apapa, including Moshood Salvador.


Some acting NWC members in attendance were Abayomi Arabambi (national publicity secretary), Saleh Lawan (secretary), Favour Reuben (national organizing secretary), and Mohammed Alkali (national vice chairman North East), among other leaders.


Culles from Gazette

Says party will not condone any act of illegality


The Acting National Chairman of the Labour Party ALHAJI LAMIDI APAPA has said the independent National Electoral Commissioner INEC is duty bound under the law to accept and upload those the party has conducted Primaries for in different states which includes Imo, Bayelsa, Kogi among others.

He also affirmed that the party will no longer condom illegality.

Apapa made the statement in Lagos State on Saturday while inaugurating the new Excos of the party in the state.


“You are on the right side. If the other camp fails to join you, the train will soon move. 


Tell them to come and join us because we need more people,” he said.


The Lamidi Apapa-led factional national working committee (NWC) of the Labour Party, on Saturday, officially inaugurated the party’s 24-man caretaker state working committee (SWC) for Lagos.


The crisis rocking the Labour Party has worsened in Lagos State with the emergence of a factional chairman, Olumide Adesoyin, recently.


Apapa-led faction disowned the Dayo Ekong-led executive committee, which led the party into the 2023 general elections, constituted by Julius Abure-led NWC.


Inaugurating Adesoyin-led LP state working committee in Lagos, Mr Apapa, acting national chairman, in company of other NWC members, said that the LP remained a creation of the law and no one was above the law.


According to him, there is no going back in his faction’s readiness to steer the affairs of the party.


“Labour Party will not tolerate any act of indiscipline. Labour Party will not accept any act of illegality.


“Labour Party believes that nobody is above the law and this is why the level we are today is because of our belief in the court process.


“You are on the right side. If the other camp fails to join you, the train will soon move. Tell them to come and join us because we need more people,” he said.


According to him, the party’s grievances with former national chairman, Mr Abure, started when he allegedly presented himself as being above the law.


According to him, the courts have restrained Mr Abure from parading himself as national chairman.


“Nobody is above the law. Labour Party is a creation of law and if the party is created by law, anyone who violates the law is not a member of the party.


“There is nothing for us to fear. There is no going back, Abure has been restrained by courts. We are not joking,” he said.


The acting chairman said that rather than continuing in blackmailing, the Abure-led group should dissipate energy in legality.


Mr Apapa explained that he was not begging to become the national chairman of LP, but destiny, nature and right had made him the acting national chairman morally and legally.


Mr Apapa said that his faction had been winning all court cases at the Federal High Court and Appeal Court, “they still want to continue but whether they like it or not the truth shall prevail.”


On the forthcoming off-cycle elections, Mr Apapa assured the party faithful that INEC would soon accept the list of the LP candidates produced through the primaries conducted by the Apapa led Labour Party on 16th April, 2023.


“INEC is bound to accept our list because the commission is a creation of law and cannot be above the law. 


Whether INEC likes it or not, it must recognise our list of candidates.


“INEC is bound by law to upload the names of those that we conducted primary for. It is an issue of law,” Mr Apapa said.


He, however, said that the party was not opposed to reconciliation.


In his inaugural address, Mr Adesoyin said that his team had been given the power and authority to steer the affairs of the party in the state.


Earlier in his welcome party, Abass Aroyeun, the national vice chairman (South West) said that Mr Apapa had given the party a new lease of life and ability to breathe.


Mr Aroyeun urged the party faithful nationwide to remain pillar of support to Apapa-led NWC for the party to succeed.


The inaugurated SWC members include Messrs Omotayo Anjorin (deputy chairman), Olanrewaju Ibrahim (deputy chairman), Kayode Yusuf (deputy chairman), Felix Odusanya (deputy chairman), Peter Olusegun (deputy chairman), Nnaemeka Anajemba (secretary) and Richard Oliseyenum (assistant secretary).


Others include Azubike Peters (treasurer), Akinrele Abioye (financial secretary), Kunle Okunola (organising secretary), Ademola Hassan (auditor), Abass Ibrahim (legal adviser), Dupe Awe (woman leader), Elliot Ebije (youth leader), Samad Okufuwa (publicity secretary), among others.


The event was also attended by LGA and ward chairmen of Labour Party and other stakeholders loyal to Mr Apapa, including Moshood Salvador.


Some acting NWC members in attendance were Abayomi Arabambi (national publicity secretary), Saleh Lawan (secretary), Favour Reuben (national organizing secretary), and Mohammed Alkali (national vice chairman North East), among other leaders.


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Comrade Lamidi Apapa is the Labour Party chair says FCT High Court

Comrade Lamidi Apapa is the Labour Party chair says FCT High Court

Ignore the fake news by Apapa group, Abure still national chairman says Obiora Ifoh



Apapa

An Abuja High Court has authenticated and confirmed the recognition of Lamidi Apapa as Labour Party National chairman today.


The court in a fresh ruling this afternoon, recognized Lamidi Apapa as the acting national chairman of the party pending any other court order.


In his reaction, Lamidi Apapa appreciated the court and issued a stern warning to any other person parading himself as the chairman of the party.


He also ordered Peter Obi’s lawyers to report to him in 48 hours in order to be briefed about the ongoing election tribunal.


Barrister Julius Abure and other three members of the national working committee of the Labour Party were previously restricted from parading themselves as the officials of the Labour Party on series of criminal allegations and corruption.


Meanwhile, aside the unsubstantiated propaganda, Apapa leadership has said times without number that it has nothing against Peter Obi and Labour Party mandate recovery litigation ongoing at the election petition tribunal.


Congratulations to Pa Lamidi Apapa on his big win at the court. 




However, Abure Faction has in a statement debunked the above position of the court as not true and fake.


Read the statement: 

*Dear Esteemed Stakeholders,*


Ignore the fake news by Apapa group, Abure still national chairman.


The FCT State High Court  under his Lordship, Justice Hamza Muazu today said he will go ahead to hear the motion by the group loyal to the suspended Deputy National Chairman, Lamidi Apapa against some of our leaders including the National Chairman, Julius Abure and three others.


In his Lordship ruling, he said that he will go ahead to hear the substantive matter. As to this, the matter was adjourned to Friday, May 19 for the start of the case proper and for further deliberations.

Today's sitting is not for judgement as no judgement was given by the court as Apapa's group is peddling in their usual way of misinforming Nigerians.







Meanwhile, Barrister Julius Abure remains the National Chairman of the Party pending the final determination of the matter.


Signed: 


Obiora Ifoh

Ag. National Publicity Secretary

Ignore the fake news by Apapa group, Abure still national chairman says Obiora Ifoh



Apapa

An Abuja High Court has authenticated and confirmed the recognition of Lamidi Apapa as Labour Party National chairman today.


The court in a fresh ruling this afternoon, recognized Lamidi Apapa as the acting national chairman of the party pending any other court order.


In his reaction, Lamidi Apapa appreciated the court and issued a stern warning to any other person parading himself as the chairman of the party.


He also ordered Peter Obi’s lawyers to report to him in 48 hours in order to be briefed about the ongoing election tribunal.


Barrister Julius Abure and other three members of the national working committee of the Labour Party were previously restricted from parading themselves as the officials of the Labour Party on series of criminal allegations and corruption.


Meanwhile, aside the unsubstantiated propaganda, Apapa leadership has said times without number that it has nothing against Peter Obi and Labour Party mandate recovery litigation ongoing at the election petition tribunal.


Congratulations to Pa Lamidi Apapa on his big win at the court. 




However, Abure Faction has in a statement debunked the above position of the court as not true and fake.


Read the statement: 

*Dear Esteemed Stakeholders,*


Ignore the fake news by Apapa group, Abure still national chairman.


The FCT State High Court  under his Lordship, Justice Hamza Muazu today said he will go ahead to hear the motion by the group loyal to the suspended Deputy National Chairman, Lamidi Apapa against some of our leaders including the National Chairman, Julius Abure and three others.


In his Lordship ruling, he said that he will go ahead to hear the substantive matter. As to this, the matter was adjourned to Friday, May 19 for the start of the case proper and for further deliberations.

Today's sitting is not for judgement as no judgement was given by the court as Apapa's group is peddling in their usual way of misinforming Nigerians.







Meanwhile, Barrister Julius Abure remains the National Chairman of the Party pending the final determination of the matter.


Signed: 


Obiora Ifoh

Ag. National Publicity Secretary

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