Hoodlums allegedly invaded the national headquarters of the Labour Party, LP, in Abuja, according to its National Chairman, Julius Abure.
Abure who remains the chairman of the party after the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, on Thursday, passed a confidence vote, said that the suspected political thugs have broken into the national headquarters of the party.
The LP national secretariat is located in Utako district near the federal capital territory office of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ).
The NLC in a statement issued by its President, Comrade Joe Ajaero said it viewed the alleged decapitation of the leadership of the Labour Party with great suspicion which cannot be far from the intent to weaken the party from within or distract it from its fight to reclaim its victories at the polls.
He said the grounds for suspending the party chairman and others either in the courtroom or outside it, are not there even as mischievous forces orchestrate evil, adding that they remain executives of the party and also urged the court to review its decision forthwith.