Labour Party Chairman, Julius Abure, Suspended Over Alleged Anti-Party Activities

Julius Abure, the national chairman of the Labour Party, has been suspended by the LP in Ward 3 of Arue-Uromi, Esan North-East Local Government Area of Edo State, over alleged anti-party activities.

The suspension, which took effect immediately upon approval by the state executive committee in Benin on Friday night, was conveyed to Abure through a letter dated May 14, 2024. The letter was signed by the Chairman of the Ward, Thompson Ehiguese, and the Ward Secretary, Stanley Usiomoh.

Abure was advised to desist from portraying himself as a member of the Labour Party, and the suspension was endorsed by the State Executive Committee led by Kelly Ogbaloi.

In a statement excerpted from the suspension letter, it read, “While the suspension is with immediate effect, you are advised to refrain from holding out or parading yourself as a member of Labour Party, Ward 3, Arue, Uromi, Esan North East Local Government Area of Edo State.”

The suspension underscores the Labour Party’s commitment to upholding discipline within its ranks and addressing any perceived infractions that may undermine the party’s integrity.

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