As the presidential tribunal hearing continues today, Lamidi Apapa of the labour party, according to his social media handle revealed that he has again, in a bid to truncate the ongoing tribunal hearing, made attempt to represent the party at the court.
The labour party who made this revelation however noted that he was refused by the Tribunal, adding that he was thoroughly disgraced after making such a move.
As said... "Rebel former Deputy National Chairman of Labour Party, Lamidi Apapa made true his threat to truncate the Presidential Election Tribunal by attempting to appear as representative of the Labour Party at the ongoing hearing but was refused by the Tribunal. He was thoroughly disgraced"
However, some Nigerians have taken to the social media space to give their reactions to such, where one user who commended the act by the tribunal, stressing that it was a nice step in the right direction.
While there were some who supported the actions of the tribunal, others were of a different opinion, where one user particularly pointed out that they should know that he is the acting chairman of the party by rules and law of the court.
Below are photos of some of the reactions. What's your opinion about this statement made? Kindly drop your thoughts in the comment section below.
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