The factional leader of the labour party, Lamidi Apapa has revealed how he has tried to resolve the differences rocking the party by calling the presidential candidate, Peter Obi, only for his call to be rejected.
Lamidi Apapa who was is reportedly the acting chairman of the labour party was reacting to the issues rocking the party following his recent suspension where he claimed that he had called Peter Obi on multiple occasions, only to have seen his call unattended to.
He said his motive was to resolve the differences which had emanated in the party, pointing that he has, on his own made efforts to placate the situation.
In his wordsIm able to resolve the differences, But let me tell you this, I have called the Excellency, but my phone was not picked.
I called Peter Obi, and he did not pick my call.
One will not be wrong to say that there have been series of crisis rocking the party since the court appointed Lamidi Apapa as the acting chairman of the party, putting aside Abure.
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