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No Ticket For Obi In 2027, He Should Go Back To APGA – Apapa-faction

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The Lamidi Apapa faction of the Labour Party has advised the 2023 presidential candidate of the party, Peter Obi, to seek another political platform to pursue its presidential ambition ahead of the 2027 elections.

The Apapa faction, whose authenticity was recently affirmed by the Edo Division of the Court of Appeal, said it had started shopping for another presidential candidate ahead of 2027.

The spokesman for the faction, Abayomi Arabambi, made this known on Wednesday in an  interview with The PUNCH.

Arambambi spoke against the backdrop of the appeal filed by Obi at the Supreme Court on Tuesday to challenge the verdict of the Presidential Election Petitions Court, which reaffirmed President Bola Tinubu as the winner of the 2023 presidential election.

The Apapa-led faction of the LP had distanced itself from the decision of Obi and the Julius Abure faction to challenge Tinubu’s victory in court.

On August 14, the Edo division of the Court of Appeal declared Apapa as the authentic National Chairman of the Labour Party.

Arabambi said Obi should not waste his time pursuing an appeal against Tinubu’s victory at the Supreme Court.

According to him, Obi clearly lost the election due to his alleged mismanagement of human resources.

Arabambi said, “My advice is for him (Obi) to go and start preparing for 2027. But it has to be in another party, not in LP. We are not going to allow this kind of rascality to continue in 2027. We will look for a fresh candidate as far as we are concerned.

“Obi is free to go back to APGA to run, not Labour Party. We don’t want to continue accommodating a character who believes no other person, other than himself, has anything upstairs. He is not a good manager of human resources. That was why he lost woefully.

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