Labour Party spokesman dismiss fake BOT claims


On Thursday, the Labour Party leadership refuted a story claiming a purported seizure of party operations, asserting that the organisation lacks a functioning Board of Trustees.

The reply is being issued in response to a statement made by Sylvester Ejiofor, the Chairman of the party’s Board of Trustees (BoT), stating that the trustees had assumed control of the party’s business after the end of Abure’s term and the questionable process that reinstated him as the national chairman in Nnewi.


However, the LP’s National Publicity Secretary, Obiora Ifoh, stated that the party was not aware of any Board of Trustees (BoT) that was being discussed in the media.


Ifoh released a statement on Thursday, revealing that Ejiofor resigned from his role as the party’s initial national chairman more than twenty years ago. Since then, he has not participated in any LP meetings or held any notable responsibilities as a party member.


According to him, Ejiofor has been inactive in the Labour Party since he resigned as the first national chairman more than twenty years ago. He has not attended any meetings or made any significant contributions as a party member.


This is the consequence that might arise from despair inside the ranks of the NLC. Why not let the gentleman relish his retirement? Why include him in your predicament? Ejiofor should provide proof of a single meeting he organised throughout the past ten years of his self-proclaimed Board of Trustees (BoT).

The convention just voted Julius Abure as the national chairman of the Labour Party, a position he has held for the first time. We implore our critics to cease hostilities and unite with us in order to rescue the nation.

By Nnaemeka Odenigbo


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