Recall that the Federal Capital Territory High Court in Abuja had directed Abure to refrain from portraying himself as the National Chairman of the party.

Julius Abure, the suspended national chairman of the Labour Party, resumed his duties on Monday amidst tight security measures at the party’s secretariat. He arrived at around 12:41 pm, in preparation for a meeting with Joe Ajaero, the President of the Nigeria Labour Congress and his team. As soon as he entered the secretariat, his security team and those manning the premises locked the main gate of the building.

It is important to note that the Federal Capital Territory High Court in Abuja had previously instructed Abure, along with the National Secretary Umar Farouk Ibrahim, the National Treasurer Oluchi Opara, and the National Organising Secretary Clement Ojukwu, to cease from portraying themselves as members of the party over alleged forgery. Justice Hamza Muazu had also ordered the court’s originating processes to be served on Abure and the others.

This court order came a week after a ward in the Edo State branch of the Labour Party suspended Abure for allegedly engaging in anti-party activities.

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