Labour Party to return N25 Million to Aspirant’s Family

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By Iyojo Ameh

The Chairman of Labour Party,(LP) has said it will refund the sum of N25 million nomination fee paid by the late Imo State governorship aspirant, Humphrey Anumudu.

The National Chairman of the party, Julius Abure stated this while speaking with journalists in Abuja after meeting with federal lawmakers-elect of the party.

He said that the party decided to return the nomination fee to the deceased’s family to show empathy and compassion.

Anumudu had bought the party’s form to contest the primary ahead of the State governorship election in November but died last week.

“Recall that one of our aspirants in Imo State lost his life. I’m pleased to announce to the public and members of the Labour Party family and his immediate family that the party will refund the nomination fee of N25 million that he spent.

“We need to do this to support the family and show leadership of compassion, of empathy that the LabourParty stands for.”

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