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I Decided To Call Comrade Arabambi A Comrade Because I Thought He Believed In The Party-Tanko

Yunusa Tanko, the Chief Spokesperson of the Labour Party, has accused Comrade Arabambi of not being interested in building the party. In an interview with Channels Television, Tanko stated that Arabambi and others failed to assemble a quorum, which is necessary for party leadership. As a result, their argument against the party's decision in Asaba was deemed false.

Tanko expressed his disappointment in Arabambi, whom he had referred to as "comrade" because he thought Arabambi believed in the party's cause. However, Tanko now believes that Arabambi and his supporters are not interested in building the party. He noted that their actions have taken them to a level that shows their lack of commitment to the party's growth.

The comments made by Tanko reveal a growing rift within the Labour Party, with different factions vying for power and influence. It remains to be seen how this conflict will affect the party's future and whether they can resolve their differences to build a stronger, more unified party.

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