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In a decisive move, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has nullified the national convention that reinstated Julius Abure and his National Working Committee (NWC) in the Labour Party’s leadership.

In response, the congress plans to establish a transition committee to oversee the party’s operations until new officers are elected within three months.

Among the attendees were Prof. Theophilus Ndubuaku, representing the Chairman of NLC Political Commission, former NLC President Abdulwahed Omar, LP Board of Trustees Chairman Sylvester Ejiofor, and other notable figures.

The resolution also emphasized the necessity of a forensic audit of LP finances, echoing the concerns raised by presidential candidate Peter Obi regarding allegations of corruption, forgery, and fraud within the party’s leadership.

The communique issued after the stakeholders meeting outlined steps to be taken, including the constitution of a transition committee, the recovery of LP properties, and the prosecution of individuals implicated in fraudulent activities.

Obiora Ifoh, LP’s National Publicity Secretary, dismissed the actions of the NLC stakeholders, asserting the NWC’s resilience against intimidation.

The vote of no confidence against Abure and his NWC follows protests by LP supporters in Abuja, expressing solidarity with Abure and resisting external interference in the party’s affairs.

Despite the demonstration, security forces prevented the protesters from accessing the venue of the NLC stakeholders meeting.

The developments highlight the internal strife within the Labour Party and the efforts to address governance and accountability issues.

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