Veteran actor and chieftain of the Labour Party, Kenneth Okonkwo says there is no crisis in the party.

Speaking on Channels Television on Monday, he described the Lamidi Apapa-led faction of the party as “politicians not worthy to be mentioned with regards to the Labour Party”, adding that the parallel leadership should not be seen as legitimate.

This came after the Labour Party Presidential candidate, Peter Obi in a televised interview denied that he was never arrested, neither was he detained nor did he commit any offence.

He, however, disclosed that what transpired at Heathrow Airport was just a normal routine check that is required of UK immigration.

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