“LP Going Into Extinction If”: Peter Obi Gets Serious Warning From APC Chief

“LP Going Into Extinction If”: Peter Obi Gets Serious Warning From APC Chief

“LP Going Into Extinction If”: Peter Obi Gets Serious Warning From Chief


A chieftain of the ruling APC has reacted to the recent crisis rocking the leadership of the Labour While Julius Abure's has urged the NLC's chairman Joe Abure and his men to allow the party to concentrate on its task, Labour has however maintained that it would not rest until Abure vacates the chairmanship positionIn an exclusive interview with Henzodaily.ng, APC chieftain, Podar Yiljwan Johnson, has urged Peter Obi, to go back to the drawing board, sit with the LP stakeholders, and build the party ahead of the 2027 election

Henzodaily.ng journalist Esther Odili has over two years of experience covering political parties and movements

Plateau state, Jos—A chieftain of the (APC) has expressed concern over the crisis rocking the (LP) leadership.

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“LP going into extinction if Peter Obi doesn't act fast”

Recall that the Labour Party has recently been enmeshed in internal problems, with the national chairman, Julius Abure, in the middle of the storm. Some members of the party believed that Abure's tenure had ended, but he was re-elected at a recent national convention of the party in Anambra.

Stakeholders have mostly rejected his re-election, with the (NLC) insisting that Abure must leave.

Speaking exclusively with Henzodaily.ng via telephone chat on Sunday, April 14, a former governorship aspirant in Plateau state, Podar Yiljwan Johnson, has urged Peter Obi, LP flagbearer in the 2023 election, to build the party for the interest of the people.

According to Johnson, if the LP refuse to settle its differences, it will be difficult for the oppsition party to wrestle power with the ruling APC and the in the 2027 elections.

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Speaking further, he noted that Labour Party secured votes in the 2023 election following the Muslim Muslim ticket of the ruling APC, adding that with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu's recent appointments and moves in the polity, the case might be different in 2027.

The APC chieftain stated thus:

“Labour Party was a of necessity, it was a party built not on ideology. It was formed because wanted to prove a point based on the fact that APC was rooted on Muslim-Muslim ticket, so many people threw their weight and backed the Labour Party during the 2023 elections.

“LP won without party structure because people offer themselves to serve the party based on protest against the APC joint ticket.

“So, if Peter obi cannot build a structure for the party now then I'm sure before 2027, Labour party will not be on ground like it was in 2023. Moreso, now that President Bola Ahmed Tinibu has proven that he is a democrat; with his his appointments so far, he is fair and just to both religious groups and his policies, in stabilising the country both economically and security wise, so all that the country needs now is to give him more time so that we can celebrate the dividend of democracy.”

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Source: Henzodaily.ng

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