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In response to the recent defections of six Labour Party (LP) members to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Hon. Harrison Ogara, representing Igbo-Eze South Constituency in the Enugu State House of Assembly, has refuted claims of a leadership crisis within the LP.

Addressing the developments on Saturday in Enugu, Ogara dismissed allegations of internal strife within the LP, labeling such assertions as false and misleading.


According to him, there is no basis for the defections to the PDP, emphasizing that the purported crisis is unfounded.

“While acknowledging Governor Peter Mbah’s commendable performance, it is possible to remain loyal to him within our respective parties,” Ogara asserted highlighting the collaborative efforts across party lines in the past nine months.

“We have worked cohesively as a team, regardless of our party affiliations. Personally, I have been able to support Governor Mbah’s initiatives from within the Labour Party,” he added.

Ogara likened the accusations of a leadership crisis to unjustly tarnishing the party’s reputation, suggesting that the defections were driven by ulterior motives rather than genuine concerns within the LP.

“It appears they sought an exit route to join the PDP, abandoning the platform that facilitated their positions in the House of Assembly,” Ogara remarked, insinuating a lack of loyalty to the LP among the defectors.

The Enugu lawmaker maintained that the LP remains united and focused on its objectives, refuting any suggestions of internal discord. As the political landscape evolves, Ogara affirmed his commitment to supporting Governor Mbah’s agenda while remaining steadfast within the Labour Party.

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