LP rejects suspended YPP Chairman over alleged corruption
The Labour Party, LP, in Nasarawa State says it would not accept the suspended State Chairman of the Young Progressives Party, Bishop Namo, into its fold following a corruption allegation recently leveled against him.
It was learnt that the suspended Chairman received a bribe from one desperate politician to illegally substitute the name of one John Mark, who was the party’s candidate for the Akwanga/Nasarawa Eggon/Wamba Federal Constituency, in the forthcoming general election.
However, the Nasarawa State chairman of LP, Alexander Emmanuel, said on Sunday that Namo would not be allowed into the party until he was declared innocent of the allegations against him in his former party.
“We heard that Bishop Namo was suspended by the YPP over some corruption allegations.