On Saturday, supporters of Labour Party, LP, presidential candidate Mr. Peter Obi’s “Obidient Movement” marched in the Enugu State capital and Ondo State capital in a 2 million and 1 million man march respectively.
The enormous and scary mob that shut down the coal city in Enugu by marching from Okpara Square around the main street kept growing.
Enugu State has long been dominated by the growing support for the Obident movement, with members of other significant political parties demonstrating resounding support for the Obi project.
Even the recent attack on the Labour Party gathering in the local governments of Awgu, Aninri, Oji River, and Udenu did not stop the unwavering support for the Obi Presidency as the march achieved an unparalleled level of success.
Mr. Peter Obi, is supported by the Peter Obi Support Network (POSN), which organized a one million-person walk on Saturday inOndo State.
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The participants marched through Old Owo Road from the entrance of Fiwasaye Girls Grammar School in Akure to Ilesha Garage on FUTA Road in Akure.
They held up signs that read, “We no dey give shishi,” “We are the structure 100%,” and “Obi-Datti for new Nigeria.”
The purpose of the program, according to Mr. Francis Cyprian, the POSN Coordinator in Ondo, was to educate the public about the importance of electing reputable and qualified candidates in 2023.
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He claimed that Nigeria required people who were capable of overcoming the country’s myriad difficulties.
According to Cyprian, the organization backed Peter Obi’s bid for the presidency due of his legitimacy, skill, youth, and commitment to take on Nigeria’s difficulties.
“Today’s one million-man walk is to sensitize the public about PVC collection, stoppage of vote buying, and voting for credible candidates in 2023.
“Nigerians should be true Nigerians and vote right, irrespective of tribal or religious affiliation,” he said.
Before the general elections, the coordinator urged the Independent National Electoral Commission to test-run its equipment to verify complete performance.
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