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Why We Suspended Our National Youth Leader – Labour Party

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The Labour Party has given reasons for its decision to suspend its National Youth Leader, Anselem Eragbe, as well as naming his erstwhile deputy, Prince Kennedy Ahanotu as replacement.

National Publicity Secretary of the Party Comrade, Abayomi Arabambi, on Friday explained that the Youth Leader was suspended for various acts bordering on criminality.

He told newsmen that Mr. Eragbe was suspended after internal investigations found him culpable of offences which include:

“He forged the signature of the National Chairman and National Secretary with which he carried out unofficial assignments.

“He issued certificates to groups unknown to the leadership of the party without the approval of the National Working Committee or the National Chairman.

“He launched a fund mobilisation website to receive funds without the approval of the National Working Committee or the National Chairman.

“He wrote several letters to some individuals without the approval of the National Working Committee or the National Chairman.”

The suspended Youth Leader has however denied these charges. Vanguard

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