Aspirant knocks Labour Party chair

Aspirant knocks Labour Party chair

A former Labour Party presidential aspirant, Joseph Faduri, has criticised the leadership style of its National Chairman, Julius Abure.

He said the vote of no confidence recently passed by the Ogun State chapter of the party on the national chairman was in order.

Faduri said this in a statement titled, ‘Labour Party Chairman Barr. Julius Abure and his failed Leadership,’ on Tuesday.

He said, “It is very important to make this public contribution as many are reaching out to me of what I feel about vote of no confidence on the leadership of our Party LP Barr Julius Abure.

“No doubt, leadership is a quality that if you don’t have it you cannot give it and over my time till date in LP, I have not seen leadership in Barr Julius Abure and I’m surprised it’s now that many members of the party are seeing what I complained about.

“Leaders bring together not destroy. Leaders lead not scatter. Leaders broker peace not foment trouble. Leaders encourage not discourage. Leaders celebrate not castigate but when it comes to the LP chair, he has been a toothless dog who is not only barking but biting its people to failure. He is leading the Labour Party to fail in 2023.

“He is guilty of the same offence he accused not just the youth leader but even opposition parties. He lacks empathy. The quality of a good leader.

“A vote of no confidence for him is not out of place. The party can elect another chairman to help it attain victory in 2023.”