On Monday, Julius Abure, the Labour Party’s controversial national chairman, returned to the party’s National Secretariat with heavy security.
News organizations learned that Joe Ajaero, the president of the Nigeria Labour Congress, and his crew had also arrived at the secretariat when Abure was scheduled to meet with them.
At around 12:41 on Monday, Abure arrived at the party’s national secretariat.
The secretariat is under strict protection, according to report.
On Monday, as soon as Abure entered the premises, the security personnel assigned to him and the people in charge instantly sealed the front gate.
Recall that Abure was told to quit posing as the party’s national chairman by the Federal Capital Territory’s High Court in Abuja.
In connection with an alleged forgery, the court disqualified Abure as well as the National Secretary, Umar Farouk Ibrahim, the National Treasurer, Oluchi Opara, and the National Organising Secretary, Clement Ojukwu.
Additionally, Justice Hamza Muazu mandated that Abure and others receive service of the court’s original documents.
The decision was made a week after Abure was suspended from the Labour Party’s Edo State branch for allegedly engaging in anti-party actions.
Abure, though, has insisted that he will continue to serve as the party’s national chairman.
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