Abure, Ajaero Must Go, Trade Union Veterans Insist

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The crisis rocking the leadership of the Labour Party (LP) took a fresh twist yesterday as Labour veterans and trade unionists' assembly insisted that the party's national chairman, Barrister Julius Abure and the president of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Comrade Joe Ajaero, must go.
Addressing a press conference in Abuja, the Veteran labour leader, Comrade Isah Tijjani, who was the former vice president of NLC lamented the ongoing show of shame, being flagrantly exhibited by Abure and Ajaero.
He said instead of proudly upholding the noble ideals of the party, a handful of avaricious, power hungry political fraudsters, deployed several subterfuges through which they succeeded in turning the nation's promising workers' party into a colossal political travesty.

“The cumulative effect of this unfortunate development, is that, the political prospects signalled by the entry of this popular party into the contest for power in our dear country, are fast eroding into an unfathomable oblivion.
“This disagreeable decadence gripping the party, is being given tangible expression by the irony of the corrupt party leaders closing the gate of the party firmly against millions of workers willing to joyously join the party.
“Regrettably, as we speak, this pathetic situation continued unabated, because the NLC which is supposed to play its rightful role as the collective conscience of the party, woefully failed to rise to this enormous responsibility, which she treats with unforgivable levity and reckless abandon.”

The leader of veteran union lamented a nauseating culture of selfishness and egocentric attitude in the current leadership of the Labour Union.
He said this reality, partly explains why in recent times, the NLC under comrade Joe Ajaero, continues to register huge losses in both the field of Industrial Relations and in the battle to recover and reposition the Labour Party.
The veterans also decried alleged claims of financial sleaze in the Labour Party under the leadership of the national chairman, Julius Abure.
“In this connection, our good members are hereby strongly reaffirming their cardinal demand, that, Abure Must Go.


“Hence, our members will not despair, in pointing the many failings of comrade Joe Ajaero, especially in the sphere of labour unionism, which clearly demonstrate that his well known choleric temperament and overly undemocratic character, have combined to make him totally unsuitable for labour leadership,” the said.

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