My suspension illegal, I remain LP National Youth Leader – Eragbe
Written by City Radio on November 3, 2022
Suspended National Youth Leader of the Labour Party, Anslem Eragbe has insisted he remains the youth leader of the party, noting his suspension is illegal.
Eragbe said that the constitution of the party did not give the National Chairman, Julius Abure the power to “unilaterally” suspend any executive member.
He said this when speaking on aTelevision programme on Thursday.
According to him, his suspension was outside the provisions of the party’s constitution as it did not pass through the National Executive Council of the party responsible for such role.
Eragbe also noted that the allegations levelled against him were incorrect, saying all his actions got the approval of Abure.
The Labour Party in October suspended Eragbe over alleged fraud, insubordination among others.
The party then replaced him with Kennedy Ahanotu to act as the National Youth Leader of the party.