Home » latest » LP Crisis: Party Is Supreme – Ozigbo
lp crisis party is supreme ozigbo

LP Crisis: Party Is Supreme – Ozigbo

AWKA – Labour Party aspi-rant in the 2025 gu-bernatorial election expected to hold in Anambra State, Mr. Valen-tine Ozigbo, has said that the crisis bedeviling the party at it’s national level notwithstanding, the party is supreme and it’s decision at the end of the day shall prevail. Prior to the party’s na-tional convention at Nnewi a fortnight ago,the party had been enmeshed in a cri-sis which blew open at the convention as some stake-holders opted out, while questioning the process that threw up Julius Abu-re as its National Chairman for a second term in office. But Ozigbo said: “The national leadership of the party is handling the mat-ter and our national lead-er,Mr. Peter Obi is currently engaging stakeholders of the party and I am hoping that this matter would be properly resolved in good time. “The reality is that a lot of people have issues con-cerning the process and you know in our party,we are process people and we don’t want to behave like the APC,PDP and APGA. “Soj the Labour Party has to show some standards and we feel that the conven-tion at Nnewi for instance fell short of standard. People were hoping that there would be ward, local government and state con-gresses before the National convention. That has been the norm and the process; but at the convention,it started from the national without the ward, local government and state congresses and people had issues with that”. He however said that they were waiting for the position of the national leadership of the party and whatever it says at the end of the day shall be binding on every member of the Labour Party because the party is Supreme. Ozigbo who spoke to Daily Independent in Awka Monday also faulted Gov-ernor Charles Chukwuma Soludo’s administration of Anambra State in the last two years for misplac-ing it’s priorities saying it made the provision of road infrastructure a cardinal objective while neglecting the security of lives and property of the citizenry.

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
Verified by MonsterInsights