Abure worker of iniquity, LP executive secret society – Kenneth Okonkwo alleges


A chieftain of the Labour Party (LP), Kenneth Okonkwo has accused the Julius Abure-led executive of being workers of iniquity.

Okonkwo described the Abure-led LP executive as “a secret society led by a group of clowns.”

The former LP presidential spokesman vowed to dump the party if it continues on a “trajectory where they cannot even hold an acceptable national convention.”

In an interview aired by a news platform, Symfoni on Thursday, Okonkwo said: “My own Labour Party is not impressing me. Assuming they continue on this trajectory where they cannot even hold an acceptable national convention, then you’d tell me I’d be there?

“Those people are clowns. It is the greatest joke I have ever seen in a political party and then you want to position yourself as a party of integrity. You cannot give what you don’t have.

“Aburi and his cohorts, their tenure is over. Let Aburi and his cohorts get behind me. They are workers of iniquity. I don’t rate them. That executive is in charge of the secret society. They should be apprehended.”

LP have been involved in a leadership crisis since 2023 when Lamidi Apapa, deputy national chairman of the party declared himself the acting national chairman.

The crisis got worse in 2024 when a national convention of the party in Anambra saw Abure re-elected as chairman.

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