The embattled Labour party chieftain , Lamidi Apapa , arrived at the presidential tribunal court this morning.
The self acclaimed National Chairman was in the court with his supporters on wednesday to witness the proceedings for the first time.
He however sat far away from Mr Peter Obi, who sat next to the suspended National Chairman, Mr Abure.
Apapa, who also attempted to occupy the seat reserved for Abure, was resisted by some members of the party.
The scuffle happened in the presence of Obi and
Apapa was chaperoned out of the premises by policemen amid the loud boos of party members.
Apapa who was a guest on ChannelsTv program, Sunrise , earlier promised to go back to the court to observe the proceedings.
He fulfilled his promise by making an appearance at the court room this morning but this time, sat far away from where the labour party seat.