The leadership of the Labour Party ha warned the state chairmen of the party but to join the Lamidi Apampa led faction of the Labour Party. According to the Deputy National Chairman of the Labour Party, Ladi Iliya, any chairman who joins the Apapa led faction will be suspended.
According to Ladi Iliya, some of the Labour Party members that joined the Lamidi Apampa led faction of the Labour Party got N2 million, while others got N3 million or N5 million. However, Ladi Iliya reminded those persons who collected money in other to cause confusion in Labour Party that it will not be long before the money they collected finishes.
Ladi Iliya made this statement shortly after the Lamidi Apampa faction of the Labour Party organized a meeting of the Labour Party in Bauchi State and suspended a spokesman of the party, Kenneth Okonkwo, and some state chairmen of the party. The Apampa faction of the Labour Party said that they decided to forgive Peter Obi.
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