Lagos LP Suspends Salvador, Salako, Okunola, 3 Others For Alleged Anti-Party Activities



The Lagos Chapter of the Labour Party (LP)) after evaluating what played out during 2023 general election, has suspended no fewer than six chieftains including a former governorship aspirant, Moshood Salvador, for allegedly engaging in anti-party affairs in the state.

Other members suspended by Labour Party were a former state chairman, Olukayode Salako, Opeyemi Taiwo, Olumide Adesoyin, House of Representatives candidate for Ikeja, Mutiu Okunola, and Theodore Ezeunara.

It was learnt that the members suspension were linked to endorsement of the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate for gubernatorial election, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, and other opposition flagbearers’ vying for elective seats during the poll.

Following their actions, the party’s State Working Committee, was said to have decided that the penalty in section 19 of the Labour Party constitution be slammed on them, to serve as a deterrent to other members

Also, the Lagos Chapter of the party declared their support for the embattled National Chairman, Julius Abure, who was suspended over sundry allegations.

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