A crowd suspected to belong to a splint the Labour Party (LP) on Wednesday heckled the party’s factional national chairman, Lamidi Apapa, at the venue of the Presidential Election Petitions Court.
Apapa had identified as the party’s representative when the court chairman, Justice Haruna Tsammani asked parties to announce appearance.
At the same time he did, Dudu Manuga, the party’s national women’s leader, equally sprang to her feet.
Commenting on the development, Justice Tsammani, said: “It appears there was a little disagreement… We are not recognizing any representative from the party.”
Apapa declared himself the party’s national chairman after a court ordered Julius Abure out of the position and four other officials.