Presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, has celebrated a Nigerian couple that showed up for the 1 million-man march which held in Abuja on Saturday.
The man and his wife attended the solidarity march organised to show support for Obi and they came straight from the wedding venue.
The former Governor of Anambra state congratulated the yet-to-be identified couple and wished them a blissful married life.
Climaxtrend reports that the Obidient rally which took place in Abuja on Saturday, 24th September started at the Unity Fountain and a multitude turned up as they marched on the streets of the Federal Capital Territory.
Obi shared a video of the newly wedded couple being hailed by other Nigerians and wrote;
“Salute and congratulations to this newly wedded couple in Abuja, whose special day coincided with the Obidient Family March in Abuja; and they marched too!
Wishing you both a blissful and happy married life and children, who will grow up in a united, secure and productive Nigeria. -PO”
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Salute and congratulations to this newly wedded couple in Abuja, whose special day coincided with the Obidient Family March in Abuja; and they marched too! Wishing you both a blissful and happy married life and children
In similar news, an ice cream seller melted hearts with his selfless act toward supporters of presidential candidate in the 2023 election, Peter Obi.
He was sharing free ice cream at a solidarity rally to Obi supporters who are known as Obidients.
A lady simply known as Dirichi, who realised what he was doing decided to filmed him until he was done distributing the treats.
The development took place over the weekend, but it is yet to be ascertained which location it happened as there were two rallies which held in Rivers state and Anambra for Peter Obi.
According to Dirichi, after she spotted him, she decide to observe and when he was done, she asked how many ice cream he shared.
The vendor said he gave out between 18 to 20 ice cream, his gesture moved the lady and she offered him N4,000 but he turned it down.