Edo LP Lifts Suspension Of 308 Members, Inaugurates New LG Chairmen 



Labour Party, LP, Edo State chapter, yesterday lifted the suspension order on 308 members. 

Acting Chairman of the party, Elizabeth Ativie called on the concerned members to join the party towards ensuring victory in the governorship election slated for September, 21.

“All members of the party should come together as one family and campaign to ensure that Labour Party wins the governorship election,” Ativie said.

Meanwhile, new chairmen and secretaries of the 18 local government chapters have been sworn in by the state caretaker committee. 

The ceremony, which had in attendance, the member representing Egor/Ikpoba Okha Federal Constituency, Murphy Osaro-Omoruyi, was conducted in Benin City on the directive of the national secretariat of the party chaired by Barrister Julius Abure.

Inaugurating the new local government chairmen, Mrs Ativie said “the national secretariat of the party dissolved the previous executive due to the expiration of their tenure and consequently constituted a new executive.”

She said the local government chairmen and their secretaries are to midwife a fresh election to usher in new executives in a congress that will be held soon. 

She urged the new leadership to put in place measures that will ensure victory for the party with Barrister Olumide Akpata as the flag bearer. 


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