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Doyin Okupe Withdraws As Labour Party Vice-Presidential Candidate, New Running Mate To Be Announced

Former presidential aide, Doyin Okupe has officially withdrawn as the vice-presidential candidate of Peter Obi.

Doyin Okupe made this public on his Twitter twitter handle on Thursday.

According to report made known to POLITICS360, he has submitted his withdrawal letter to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

He wrote: “This afternoon I submitted my withdrawal letter from the position of the Vice Presidential candidate of the Labour Party to INEC.

“A replacement will be announced by the national chairman of the party shortly. I feel greatly blessed to have been part of the foundation of success for the Labour Party.

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