LP chair, Abure dedicates Award to Nigerian youths

National Chairman of Labour Party, Mr. Julius Abure, receiving the award at the event.
National Chairman of Labour Party, LP, Mr. Julius Abure has dedicated this year’s Nigerian Bar Association, NBA, Benin Lion Bar chapter to the youths and millions of Nigerians, who were desirous of a believable and enviable Nigeria.

Abure made the remark at the award ceremony in his honour among other awardees in Benin City who have contributed significantly to bettering the lot of a battered nation and state.

He said: “I want to say clearly that this award is one of the most cherished; most appreciated and would remained indelible in my heart.

“It is generally believed that the numerous challenges of our country emanated from poor leadership and I’m sure that was what prompted the Obidient Movement for a new struggle and a new Nigeria.

“I, therefore, dedicate this award to millions of Nigerians who are desirous of a leadership that is purposeful, a leadership that will be dedicated to the economic growth and development of Nigeria, a leadership that will have the courage to fight poverty, fight hunger, fight unemployment, a leadership that will be passionate about the welfare and wellbeing of the people.

“I also want to dedicate this award to the Judiciary, a judiciary that will be courageous and can speak truth to power, a judiciary that will give vent to the yearnings and aspirations of the people, a judiciary that will stand firm and truly reflect the last hope of the common man, a judiciary that will damn the consequences and deliver judgment in the interests of the downtrodden and the violently abused.

“Finally, I want to dedicate this award to members of my immediate family who supported me through thick and thin in our quest to reposition the country,” Abure said.

Abure also berated President Bola Tinubu for adopting outdated ancient style of governance and for approving a delegation of 1411 persons for Climate Change conference in United Arab Emirates where N880illiom was squandered in the process in a poverty ridden country as Nigeria.

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“It is obvious that the government of President Tinubu and the APC are not willing to depart from the circumstances that have plugged the nation into economic quagmire in the past.

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Justice Daniel Okungbowa, Chief Judge of Edo State and National Chairman of Labour Party, Mr. Julius Abure at the event

“How can a country that is borrowing money to pay workers’ wages, a country plagued by insecurity, battered by power collapse where investors are exiting the country by the day fritter away such humongous amount of resources on a jamboree?

“A sober government should have known that borrowing money to attend conferences while rich nations attended the same event with less than twenty persons bothered on insensitivity and brazen impunity.

“Nigerians have made their point and they are aware that the nation’s salvation lies with the Labour Party as we approach subsequent elections, Abure said.

Justice Daniel Okungbowa, Chief Judge of Edo State who personally presented the award “In Recognitions Of Your Immense Contribution To The Advancement Of Humanity” to Abure said the Labour Party National Chairman’s contribution to Nigeria democracy should be emulated by all.

He said: “We’re proud that one of us, Julius Abure is at forefront of repositioning the ship of the nation.

“The legal profession is blessed by having him amongst us and with this well-deserved award, we have no doubts you will be encouraged to do more for the country,” Justice Okungbowa said.

Chairman, Dinner Committee, Timothy Obamedo-Woghiren lauded Abure’s virtue as a humble, committed clean and clearheaded gentleman who have always wanted the best for the country from University days as class mate.

Obamedo-Woghiren who regularly hosts his professional colleagues said that with the likes of Abure, there is hope for a new Nigeria.

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