- Peter Obi's supporters keep employing different ways to canvass for votes in favour of the Labour Party presidential candidate
- In Bauchi, ardent supporters of the former governor of Anambra state in the northeast state are focusing on washing cars for free
- They also had a banner of the Labour Party presidential candidate at the site where the free services are rendered
Yalwan Kagadama - Some youths have opened a free car wash in Bauchi state to create awareness for Peter Obi ahead of the 2023 presidential election.
The young Nigerians render the services on Fridays and Sundays - days reserved for worship by adherents of Christianity and Islam.
At the car wash, a banner urging locals to 'Love Peter Obi, Wash Free' was placed strategically to win more support for the Labour Party presidential candidate.
Legit.ng gathered that the youths are from Yalwan Kagadama area of the northeast state.
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Peter Obi meets Nigerian family in London who are 'OBIdients'
Meanwhile, Obi met with Rwang David Chall from Plateau state with his family in a London hotel on Thursday, August 25.
The Labour Party presidential candidate was said to have visited the hotel to meet with his strategic team when the family ran to him for a photo and he obliged them.
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Photos of the young man offering the service and young people queueing in front of his shop went viral on social media.
Residents of the northeast state shared photos from the initiative on their social media pages.
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He said the movement is now bigger than Obi himself because it is driven by the masses.
Umeh added that Obi is very influential, stressing that the Labour Party presidential candidate will get support across the country.