VIDEO: Today’s Headlines: Crisis Rocks Labour Party In Imo, Withdraw Support For Obi- AAC To NLC

Today's Headlines: Crisis Rocks Labour Party In Imo, Withdraw Support For Obi- AAC To NLC

Crisis Rocks Labour Party In Imo

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There is a crisis in the Labour Party, Imo State chapter as over 100 party members on Monday staged a protest at the party secretariat demanding immediate removal of the state Chairman, Ambrose Onyekwere.

It was gathered that the protesting party members, who barricaded the party office as early as 8am, sang solidarity songs, while accusing the chairman of high-handedness and compromising party’s ethics, The Guardian reports.

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Withdraw Support For Obi- AAC To NLC

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The African Action Congress (AAC) has asked the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) to withdraw its support for the candidature of Peter Obi, presidential candidate of the Labour Party.

The AAC said this in a statement on Tuesday, signed by Femi Adeyeye, its spokesperson.

Party Mourns As Ondo Council APC Chairman Dies

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The Chairman of the All Progressives Congress Ondo East Local Government Area of Ondo State, Frederick Otemuyiwa, is dead.

The state Publicity Secretary of the party, Mr Alex Kalejaiye, disclosed this in a statement issued on Tuesday. He, however, did not give the details of the sad incident.

He described the deceased as a dedicated and committed party chieftain who strove relentlessly for peace and unity, of the party, especially at the local chapter.

Court Nullifies APC Guber Primaries

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The Federal High Court sitting in Jalingo, and presided over by Justice Simon Amobeda, on Tuesday, nullified the governorship primary election that produced Senator Emmanuel Bwacha, as the candidate of the All Progressives Congress in the 2023 election.

Amobeda in his ruling in a case filed by one of the governorship aspirants, Chief David Kente, directed the Independent National Electoral Commission to conduct a fresh governorship primary in the state within 14 days.

Catholic Bishop Condemns Killing Of Residents, Burning Of Market By Nigerian Troops

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The Catholic Bishop of Orlu Diocese, Imo State, Augustine Ukwuoma, has condemned the killing of some residents on Saturday in two South-east communities by Nigerian troops.

Mr Ukwuoma, in a statement he issued on Monday, also decried the burning of a market in one of the communities by the troops.

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