Samuel Ihienseken, a Nigerian Legal Practitioner talked with the media about the internal problems of the Labour party. While he was talking with the media, he urged the Labour party to settle their issues with Apapa.
Samuel Ihienseken said "The Labour party should be very careful of the Apapa faction, I advise the Labour party to settle their issues with Apapa to avoid jeopardizing their petitions at the tribunal. The little thing they think doesn't matter might end up ruining all the efforts of the Labour party in the tribunal or in the future".
Although it is said that even if the Labour party withdraws their petition against Bola Tinubu in court, Peter Obi can still go on with the petitions with his name, but Samuel Ihienseken is saying that the Labour party still has to settle their issues because they don't know how the matter might escalate to.
Do you think that the Labour party has to settle issues with the Apapa faction, or do you think that Apapa has to let the Labour party be in peace. Please your opinion is needed here, have a nice day.
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