Nasarawa Labour Party(LP) Rejects Suspended YPP Chairman, Bishop Namo over corruption
A recent corruption allegation against Bishop Namo has prompted the Labour Party, LP, in Nasarawa State to declare that it will not accept him into its ranks, Ejes Gist Newspaper reports
Bishop Namo is the suspended state chairman of the Young Progressives Party (YPP).
Why Bishop Namo was Suspended
The YPP’s national leadership reportedly suspended Namo due to allegations of corruption in the state chapter of the party.
It was discovered that the party’s candidate for the Akwanga/Nasarawa Eggon/Wamba Federal Constituency, John Mark, took a bribe from a desperate politician to have his name illegally substituted in the upcoming general election.
Namo then announced on September 21 that he was a supporter of the Labour Party and that he had been accepted into the organisation.
Labour Party Rejects Suspended YPP Chairman, Bishop Namo
Alexander Emmanuel, the Labour Party’s chairman for Nasarawa State, stated on Sunday that Namo would not be admitted into the party until the accusations made against him in his previous party had been proven false.
Alexander declared at a news conference that the Labor Party was a political party that valued peace. Due to our dislike of problems, our members in Nasarawa State are known as calm individuals.
“We learned that Bishop Namo had been suspended by the YPP due to charges of corruption.
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We do not currently know if the allegations are real or not, but we will only admit him to the Labour party once we are certain that he is not responsible for them.
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