The Factional National Publicity Secretary of the Labour Party, Arabambi, has accused the National Chairman of the Labour Party, Julius Abure, and the Presidential Candidate, Peter Obi, of not being diligent enough to endure that Alex Otti's name was submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission as at when due.
According to Arabambi, a Federal High Court in Kano has ruled that Alex Otti and Labour Party did not submit Alex Otti's name to INEC 30 days before the Abia State election in compliance with the Electoral Act.
Arabambi said that judging by the ruling of the Kano State High Court, Alex Otti will not be the next governor of Abia State. Arabambi urged Nigerians to blame Abure and Peter Obi for causing what appears to have made Alex Otti to lose his seat as the governor-elect.
Arabambi also urged Nigerians to disregard the rumors that claim that Julius Abure has been reinstated as the National Chairman of the Labour Party by the Appeal Court.
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