Supporters of the Labour Party (LP) took to the streets of Abuja to drum support for Peter Obi’s quest to become Nigeria’s next president.
There was a global march that kicked off at the legendary Unity Fountain in Abuja as ‘Obidients’ gathered at the venue on Saturday, February 18, 2023.
The Head of Strategy Marcel Ngogbehei said that the last-minute awareness was done across the 774 local governments in the country.
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He said: “Today, we are deploying what we call the last approach, which is value optimization, we have positioned Peter Obi, and we have raised resources to bring him, up to this stage, now we need to do what is called the last lap.
“The last lap means in the next six days, the Obidient movement is going to press and march on every grain and sand of this country. We are going to go to every local government, every ward and every polling unit. We will take the message down there, and we will tell Nigerians that they should know that this country belongs to them and they have the right and will to choose whoever they want as president. They should not sell their votes.”