Labour Party concerned over removal of it’s elected members of National Assembly by the Tribunal..

    The Labour Party expressed its deep concern yesterday regarding the series of judgments emerging from both national and state assembly tribunals, which have led to the removal of several of its elected members in the National Assembly.


    Julius Abure, the National Chairman of the party, lamented, “The Labour Party had gained widespread recognition with over 10 million members and supporters nationwide. Unfortunately, this achievement is now being eroded by the decisions issued by various tribunals.”

    “We are troubled because the grounds for overturning our victories involve issues that have previously been settled by higher courts. It becomes even more bewildering and absurd when different tribunals issue conflicting and divergent rulings on the same matter, especially when that matter has already been decided by the Supreme Court and, more recently, in the case of APC v. Peter Obi at the Presidential Election Petition Court.”

    Abure emphasized that the courts have consistently held, in numerous cases, that they lack the jurisdiction to meddle in the internal affairs of a political party.

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