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Published On: Tue, Jun 26th, 2018

Labour Party optimistic Oshiomole’ll reposition APC

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By Vivian Okejeme Abuja

The National Chairman, Labour Party (LP) Dr. Mike Omotosho, yesterday, joined well-meaning Nigerians to congratulates Comrade Adams Oshiomole on his victory on the just concluded APC National Congress.
A statement signed by Omotosho on behalf of the Labour party, was of the opinion that Oshiomole’s tenure as National Chairman of the APC will push the party into a new direction- the people’s direction.
According to Omotosho, the newly elected National Chairman of the All Progressive Congress (APC) legacy while piloting the affairs at the National Labour Congress, will be extended to his new office at the APC.
He maintained that Oshiomole’s willingness to collaborate for the greater good is a testament to his dynamism as a Labour leader, adding that his actions are the legacy which still inspires the struggles and agenda of Labour party.
The statement reads;”I wish to Congratulate you, my dear friend and Comrade, Adams Oshiomole on your emergence as the new national chairman of the All Progressive Congress, (APC) with familiar recognition and esteemed mutuality.
“Your legacies while as Chairman of the Nigerian Labour Congress, most of which still endures till today, and your willingness to collaborate for the greater good is a testament to your dynamism as a Labour leader, a legacy which still inspires the struggles and agenda of our great party till today.
“I am sure that your tenure as National Chairman of the APC will push the party into a new direction- the people’s direction “On behalf of all of us at the Labour Party, I congratulate you and wish and your newly sworn executive team, a most fulfilling experience as your tenure commences,” he concluded.

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