At the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal in Abuja on Wednesday, Lamidi Apapa, the factional chairman of the Labour Party, was jeered and booed.
After the case was postponed until Friday, Apapa, who had previously argued with party members over a seat in the courtroom, received jeers from the audience.
During the court hearing, there was fighting between Apapa and the supporters of Mr. Julius Abure, the party’s temporarily suspended national chairman.
The two groups vying for control of the party’s national leadership were denied recognition by the court.
Apapa was protected by officers as he left the courthouse.
Many yelled “ole, ole,” branding him a “thief,” as he fought to get where his car was.
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