Another Obidient March? Peter Obi's Supporters Release Details of 'Mother of All' Rally in Lagos

Another Obidient March? Peter Obi's Supporters Release Details of 'Mother of All' Rally in Lagos

  • Supporters of the 2023 presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, are set to hold a rally in Lagos state
  • The team lead for the supporters said the rally will take place in three different locations across the state
  • According to the lead, relevant security agencies across the country have been notified about the rally through the appropriate channel

Members of the Obidient family, the support team of the Labour Party's presidential candidate, Peter Obi, are set to conduct a 'Mother of All' rally in Lagos state.

Guardian reports that the team said it was prepared to hold a four-million-man march in Lagos to show support for Peter Obi and his running mate, Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed.

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The team said that the Lagos rally will take place in three different locations. Photo: The Punch
Source: Twitter

Speaking on the planned rally, Christopher Ademuyiwa, the chairman of the publicity and media committee for the team said the rally would take place in three different locations in the city of Lagos.

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According to Ademuyiwa, the event is being organised by a coalition of all the support teams for Obi-Datti ahead of the forthcoming presidential election.

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The Punch reports that Ademuyiwa confirmed that the rally which will take place on Saturday, October 1, would hold simultaneously in Lekki Phase 1, Archbishop Vining Memorial Church, GRA, Ikeja and Federal Housing Authority (FHA) field in Festac.

His words:

“This march is more like a carnival and the Obidients in Lagos are gearing up in large numbers to show their support for the Peter Obi and Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed presidential ticket.
"Also, plans have been made to have buses transport Obidients to and from their locations and the bus pickup points will be released on social media."

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In addition, Ademuyiwa noted that the rally is constitutional and within the legal electoral time frame and calendar of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

He also noted that all security agencies across the country have been duly notified through the appropriate channels.

He said:

"The police, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) and Department of State Services (DSS) will be on the ground to provide security.”

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Many residents in Abuja, Nigeria's capital city have been impressed by how a woman selling kunu aya, tiger nut drinks, was marketing her goods.

The woman who was obviously out to make some sales at the Saturday, September 24, rally in support of Peter Obi was calling on customers to patronise her in quite a unique way.

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The yet-to-be-identified petty trader urged intending customers to buy her 'obidient kunu aya', which said claimed was very sweet.

Top Buhari's minister describes Nigerians as too hungry to bother about religion, others

The minister of state for Labour and employment, Festus Keyamo had warned that Nigerians would not be swayed by their religious faith in the 2023 general election.

Keyamo made the submission while speaking on a Channels Television interview on Sunday, September 25.

The minister noted that citizens are going to be focused on expected policies that would better their lives than issues of religion.

Source: Legit.ng

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