Calistus Okafor has gone out to declare himself as the National Chairman of the Labour Party, despite the fact that Apapa, Arabambi, and others are still claiming leadership of the party. This adds a new dimension to the leadership battle within the party.
Professor Okey Ikechukwu has questioned the timing of all of the Labour Party's troubles, given that the Appeal Court is currently reviewing the 2023 Presidential Election. He asserted that the APC is the main suspect and that the Labour Party must have something that others are so afraid of that they are doing everything they can to destabilize the party.
Professor Ikechukwu questioned why Peter Obi was the primary target, pointing out that he finished third in the Presidential Election and that he wasn't the only one who sought for office.
His precise words were:
The APC is obviously the major suspect, but there must be something very frightening about the Labour Party that has inspired others to want to destabilize it. Peter Obi, who finished third, is under attack. He didn't take first place, and he wasn't even close.
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