Man Raises Money From Facebook Followers, Buys Megaphone to Campaign for Peter Obi

Man Raises Money From Facebook Followers, Buys Megaphone to Campaign for Peter Obi

  • Peter Obi's supporters keep employing different ways to canvass for votes in favour of the Labour Party presidential candidate
  • In Kwara, an ardent supporter of the former governor of Anambra state in the north-central state has used his resources to buy a megaphone
  • The man also raised money from some of his Facebook friends to complete the money for the device

Twitter - Sola Kafinta, a supporter of Peter Obi in Kwara state has raised money to buy mobile speaker and microphone in order to campaign for the Labour Party presidential candidate.

Kafinta said the device will be used to campaign for Obi in Kwara especially in public places across the state.

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Supporters of Peter Obi keep going the extra mile for the Labour Party presidential candidate. Photo credit: @PeterObi
Source: Twitter

He also revealed that he raised some part of the money through his Facebook friends.

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His words:

“I have successfully bought mobile speaker and microphone for Peter Obi market sensitization. I got 55k donations on my Facebook page and I added 20k making 75k. Kwara state will become a Labour Party state.”

Lady donates 1,200 can drinks at Peter Obi's rally in Onitsha

In a related development, a lady was seen distributing cans of energy drink at the 'OBIdient' rally in Onitsha, Anambra state.

The lady brought the drinks as her own contribution to the rally which attracted many young people in the commercial city.

Man who benefitted from Peter Obi's financial grant meets him in Rome

Meanwhile, Fr. Chidi Maduekwe, one of the beneficiaries who received N1 million from Obi when he was the governor of Anambra state met with the Labour Party presidential candidate recently at the Vatican city in Rome.

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An excited Maduekwe reminded the former governor of his gesture, adding that the money changed his life then.

He further said he invested the N1 million received into treasury bond at the time.

2023: 'OBIdients' embark on cleaning exercise in Enugu, share Peter Obi fliers

In another development, some youths in Enugu are cleaning every part of the state to create awareness for Obi ahead of the 2023 presidential election.

The supporters of the Labour Party candidate are also sharing fliers of Obi and educating residents on the need to vote right in 2023.

Photos of the youths carrying out the sanitation in exercise have gone viral on social media.


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