Lamidi Apampa, the leader of a rival group to the LP, has accused Julius Abure, the suspended national chairman of the party, of attempting to divert public attention from the allegations of forgery and perjury by inciting Nigerians against him. During an interview with News Central TV, Apampa pointed out that Abure has never publicly denied the accusations against him. Instead of addressing the core issues that led to the crisis, Abure is resorting to blackmailing the faction led by Apampa.
Apampa's discontent also extends to claims that he is being sponsored by the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC). It is evident that Abure is actively promoting this narrative to redirect focus away from the charges against him.
Apampa asserts that Abure consistently maintains his innocence in the matter. However, instead of addressing the actual situation at hand, people are being misled by illusions. Abure has chosen to employ tactics of blackmail and incitement against Apampa's faction. Apampa questions his own relevance in relation to Tinubu's success, as Abure has already referenced him. Apampa emphasizes that Abure must cease evading the truth and confront the charges that have been brought against him.
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