Labour Party's Legal adviser, Kehinde Edun has come out to say that factional Chairman of the Labour Party, Apapa is 'like a puppet', working for those who are seeking the downfall of Labour Party.
According to Mr. Edun who appeared in an interview on Channels television tonight, some of the former senior figures of the party are using Apapa to divide the party.
In his own words as seen on Channels television tonight...
"Let me tell you, Apapa is a victim of some of the renegades who want to bring LP down. The former national legal adviser, the former national youth leader and the former national Publicity Secretary are the ones manipulating him. It's like he's been held hostage, I pity the old man. This man is held hostage by people who are deceiving him, who wants him to believe he can be chairman. The court today said why would people be parading themselves as acting officers of the party. Apapa and his people are misguided."
Watch the full interview below.
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