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Labour Party Chairman, Abure Sacks Aides After Supreme Court Judgment



Abure suspended Labour Party

National Chairman of Labour Party, Barrister Julius Abure, has approved the sack of some of his aides following the conclusion of the Supreme Court arbitration of the Presidential Election petition filed by the party.

In a termination letter signed by the National Secretary of the party, Malam Umar Farouk, Abure said all appointments related to elections and campaigns had been formally dissolved.

“The effected appointees include: Mr. Mandela Ukegbu, Chairman, Labour Party Presidential Campaign Committee on Special Duties; Engineer Balami Isaac David, Senior Special Assistant on Presidential Campaign, Fund Raising and Grassroot Mobilization; Didacus Joe-Adigwe, Senior Special Adviser on Strategy, Protocol and International Relations; Princess Ajibola, Senior Special Assistant on Special Duties and Mobilization and Isaac Imasuagbon, Senior Special Assistant on ICT,” Farouk said.

He wished them well in their future engagements.

The party had rejected the declaration of President Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) as winner of the February election and headed for the court.

However, the opposition party suffered double loss as the courts upheld the victory of Tinubu. reports that the sack of the aides by Abure brings to the fore not only the question about his future as the national chairman of Labour Party but the party following its impressive showing in the 2023 General Election.

Source: Daily Trust

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