Julius Abure, Labour Party Chairman arrested in Edo

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The National Chairman of the Labour Party, Julius Abure, has been reportedly arrested by a combined team of DSS and Police officers in Edo State.
Abure who was arrested on Wednesday, a few days before the party’s primary election in Edo State was seen being manhandled by policemen in a video that has since gone viral.
Meanwhile LP national spokesman Obiora Ifoh who confirmed Abure’s arrest in a statement, alleged that the arrest of the party’s officials was in connection to a protest letter by one of the expelled member of the party loyal to Lamidi Apapa camp. He alleged that the arrest was to frustrate the primary process and possibly interrupt the party’s participation in the governorship election.

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