Rebel Lamidi Apapa Humiliated and Rejected by Presidential Election Tribunal, says Labour Party

In a recent development at the Presidential Election Petition Court, the Labour Party has accused the faction led by Bashiru Lamidi Apapa of facing a disgraceful exit from the premises.

During the court proceedings, a clash ensued between Apapa’s faction and the suspended National Chairman of the party, Julius Abure, as reported by DAILY POST.

The court made it clear that it does not recognize either faction’s claim to the party’s national leadership.

The court dismissed the claims of both factions contending for the party’s national leadership.

Taking to their official Twitter handle, the Labour Party stated that the Apapa faction had attempted to disrupt the court hearing. They tweeted, “Lamidi Apapa, the former Deputy National Chairman of the Labour Party, who defied our party’s authority, sought to interrupt the ongoing Presidential Election Tribunal as a representative of @NgLabour. However, the Tribunal refused his appearance and he faced a thorough disgrace.

Upon leaving the courtroom, Apapa was escorted by policemen to shield him from the crowd.

As he struggled to reach his parked car, chants of “ole, ole” (thief) echoed, emphasizing the mockery directed towards him.

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