The management of Labour Celebration (LP) in Adamawa State has distanced itself from endorsement of the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate within the state, Senator Aishatu Ahmed Binani.
The state LP governorship candidate, Engr Umar Mustapha mentioned at a press briefing on Sunday that he had dropped his ambition and provided his marketing campaign buildings to Binani.
The LP management within the state on Wednesday, nonetheless, condemned such an endorsement by Umar Mustapha, saying the occasion had nothing to do with it.
The state chairman of the Labour Celebration, Mr Christopher Nicholas mentioned: “Now we have no faction within the state. Those that went to a different occasion will not be the exco of this occasion.”
The state organising secretary of the occasion, Ezra Vandi, who additionally spoke on the press briefing, mentioned the occasion was but to resolve what to do about Umar Mustapha’s disposition to endorsing candidates of APC.
DAILY POST remembers that Umar Mustapha had earlier endorsed the presidential candidate of APC, Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu and disowned LP’s Peter Obi, the LP state organising secretary added that the LP would sooner or later take a place in opposition to him.
It remained unclear as much as Wednesday afternoon what the standing of Umar Mustapha was almost about LP membership.
When he was requested by journalists on Sunday whether or not his ditching his LP governorship ticket meant that he was additionally now not a member of LP, he refused to provide a solution.
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