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Deji Adeyanju Calls Out Peter Obi for Endorsing Disputed Labour Party Chairman Against Court Order



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Deji Adeyanju berated Peter Obi, the Presidential candidate of the Labour Party, in a surprising twist that has reverberated across the political landscape.

Adeyanju accuses Obi of endorsing Julius Abure as the National Chairman of the party, despite a restraining order from the court. This unexpected move has ignited a fierce debate and raised concerns about the integrity and adherence to the rule of law within the Labour Party, News About Nigeria reports.

The Labour Party finds itself engulfed in a state of turmoil, triggered by the Abuja High Court’s decision to restrain Julius Abure from assuming the role of the party’s National Working Committee (NWC) Chairman. This court order came in response to serious allegations of forgery and fraud leveled against Abure by the Lamidi Apapa faction of the party. However, in a move that has left many baffled, Peter Obi and his followers have publicly thrown their support behind Abure, seemingly disregarding the court’s restraining order.

Deji Adeyanju, renowned for his vocal opinions on social media, did not hold back in expressing his disappointment and concern regarding Obi’s actions. In a recent post, Adeyanju openly accused Obi and his followers of endorsing illegality. He stated, “The court has restrained Abure from parading himself as Chairman of the Labour Party, but Obi continues to endorse his illegality, and he even proceeded to conduct Imo primaries after the decision of the court. That is how much they love illegality. PDP obeyed a similar court decision.”

Adeyanju’s remarks highlight the blatant contradiction between Obi’s support for Abure and the court’s order. By publicly endorsing Abure’s position as the National Chairman, despite the ongoing legal battle, Obi appears to be flouting the principles of justice and due process. This raises questions about the values and ethical standards upheld by the Labour Party and its leaders.

The clash between Obi’s endorsement and the court’s restraining order has created a deep rift within the party. Supporters of the Lamidi Apapa faction, who instigated the forgery and fraud charges against Abure, feel betrayed by Obi’s actions. They perceive his endorsement as a betrayal of the party’s fundamental values and a disregard for the rule of law.

As this controversy continues to unfold, the Labour Party faces a significant challenge in navigating this intricate web of legal battles and internal conflicts. The court’s restraining order has cast a shadow of doubt on Abure’s legitimacy as the National Chairman, while Obi’s endorsement further exacerbates the situation. For the party to regain its unity and credibility, it must find a way to reconcile these conflicting interests and reaffirm its commitment to justice and the rule of law.

Deji Adeyanju’s criticism serves as a powerful reminder of the influence social media holds in shaping public opinion and holding political figures accountable. His outspoken views shed light on the internal struggles within the Labour Party, prompting a larger discourse on the importance of transparency, adherence to the law, and ethical leadership.

The Labour Party now stands at a crossroads. Its leaders must address the concerns raised by Adeyanju and other stakeholders, ensuring that justice prevails and the party’s integrity remains intact. Only through a fair resolution of the dispute and a commitment to the rule of law can the Labour Party hope to restore unity and regain the trust of its members and the wider public.