Former presidential aide, Pastor Reno Omokri, has provide free buses for Nigerians traveling to different locations across the country to cast their votes.
Omokri who is also an author, began the campaign to provide free buses for potential voters on micro-blogging site, Twitter earlier this week.
He specifically asked that those interested would only show their Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) as evidence to enjoy a free ride to their various destinations.
He also informed the public that the bus is available to everyone irrespective of their political leanings and who they intend to vote for.
Christened #BusesForDemocracy, Omokri got the services one of one of Nigeria's reliable transport companies to provide the service.
Legit.ng gathered that the buses left for their various destinations on Thursday, February 21 and traversed the 6 geopolitical zones of the country. They are also expected to return on Sunday, February 24.
Omokri also rejected financial donations from some Nigerians who made efforts to support the cause, stressing that it could result to a scandal.
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Last week, Pastor Omokri led a group of protesters and laid siege at the Nigerian High Commission in London on Tuesday, February 19, to commemorate the first year of the incarceration by Boko Haram of Dapchi School girl, Leah Sharibu.
Omokri said the protest was to remind the world of the failure of the federal government to secure Leah's release despite promises to do so.
The protesters also called Leah’s mother, Rubeccah, and empathised with her, telling her that they stood with her in her low moments.
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