The national chairman of the Labour Party, Lamidi Apampa, as disclosed by Channels Television on their verified Twitter account, alleged that he intends to attend the prehearing session at the tribunal regarding the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Gregory Obi’s petition.
Recall that, Lamidi Apampa was escorted out of the previous hearing of the Labour Party’s presidential election petition at the tribunal because he wanted to stand in as the Labour Party’s representative in court, which led to the Labour Party not having a representative in that hearing.
As news of his intention spread, reactions began to trail across various social media platforms. Supporters and followers eagerly await the outcome of the case, expressing disappointed over his previous attendance.
He said, “I intend to attend the Tribunal prehearing on Obi’s petition again.”
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