- Some doctors in Taraba state have started a medical outreach programme as a way of campaigning for Peter Obi
- The free medical outreach will be held in all the sixteen local government areas in the northeast state
- The doctors say they are using their expertise to campaign for the Labour Party presidential candidate
Takum - A free medical outreach has commenced in Taraba state by some doctors who are supporters of Peter Obi, Labour Party presidential candidate ahead of the 2023 general elections.
Legit.ng gathered that the initiative was sponsored by a group known as Nigerian Doctors in the UK for Peter Obi.
The doctors say they are a support group of medical workers based in the United Kingdom, but lending their voices and might to a push for true leadership in Nigeria.
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The campaign-themed outreach is currently ongoing in all the sixteen local government areas of the state.
Photos shared on social media shows a huge number of locals being attended to by the doctors in different areas of the state.
Some of the community chiefs were also beneficiaries of the outreach in their various domains.
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Meanwhile, a video has showed the moment Obi arrived in a foreign country and insisted on carrying his bag.
While one of those who welcomed the former Anambra governor tried to collect his bag, the Labour Party presidential candidate insisted on carrying his luggage himself.
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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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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.