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SocialMediaTrends: Drama trails expulsion of Doyin Okupe from Ogun Labour Party. See other stories



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Nigerians took to social media to react to a mini-drama that saw the Ogun State Executive Council of the Labour Party expelling the Director-General of Peter Obi- Datti Presidential Campaign Council, Dr. Doyin Okupe, and 11 others

The party executives dismissed Okupe and others for refusing to pay their membership dues.

The National Secretary of Labour Party, Umar Farouk, however, dismissed the development describing Okupe’s sacking as ‘null and void.’

Reacting to the development, some Nigerians opined that insiders were troubling the party ahead of the general elections.

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Fuel scarcity hits harder

Long queues have been sighted at many filling stations across Nigeria.

In the past weeks, long queues have returned to filling stations in many cities across the country, leaving people struggling to buy fuel at higher prices.

Our reporters noticed that filling stations sold petrol at prices ranging between N200 and N250.

The increased fuel price and long queues have caused discomfort to commuters and the price of various goods has soared high considerably.

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…By Hamzat Rasheed

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