The factional spokesperson for the Labour Party, Mr Abayomi Arabambi, has noted that no state in Nigeria should think that they are more superior to others in Labour Party, stating it clearly that nobody in Imo State or Anambra State should think that he or she is superior to anybody in Labour Party or in Nigeria.
Speaking further, Mr Arabambi claimed that they were threatened, prior to the incident that happened at the tribunal yesterday. He went on and alleged that Peter Obi was the person who instructed them not to be in court, on the basis that he doesn't believe in them.
Mr Arabambi made this disclosure when he was interviewed on TVC on Wednesday night, alleging that Peter Obi came with those thugs who attacked them at the court premises yesterday.
He said: "They said they are going to kill us and we told them that this is Nigeria. It's not about Imo or Anambra, nobody in Imo or Anambra should think they are superior to anybody in Labour Party."
Furthermore, he claimed that the Labour Party's Presidential Candidate, Mr Peter Obi hasn't been in politics when some of them started. He also accused Mr Peter Obi of trading with Labour Party.
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