Massive and unbelievable Crowd Welcome Peter Obi At Jos Rally [Video]
- Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of Labour Party was on Wednesday welcomed by a massive crowd in Jos.
- The supporters in their thousands were seen chanting Obi! Obi!! at the rally.
A massive crowd of supporters have welcomed Labour Party Presidential candidate Peter Obi to the party’s rally in Jos.
The supporters in their thousands were seen chanting Obi! Obi!! at the rally.
Recall that we reported that the former Anambra state governor arrived Jos in the company of his VP Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed, party loyalists and supporters
Peter Obi, the presidential candidate for the Labour party, recently advised Nigerians to accept any money given to them by a politician.
He issued a warning against being duped by sentiments of a religious or tribal nature.
Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s (LP) presidential candidate, has cautioned Nigerians against allowing politicians to mislead them with religious or ethnic feelings during the 2023 elections.
This was said by Obi during his Tuesday courtesy visit to the Ooni of Ife’s palace.
He urged Nigerians to choose the country’s future leader based on his or her ability, competence, and dedication to the advancement of the country.
“Ignore your tribe or your religion. It’s what we, the elites and politicians, use to mislead you. Don’t consider our faith. No one should ever claim that it is his right. Nobody is waiting; Nigerians are. The youth of Nigeria are now in the spotlight. This time, nobody will steal anything from them! Nobody has a right to it. Do not claim that it is their money. They are handing you their money, not yours. Take my money if I bring it, Obi said.
You are entitled to it. No one has the right to take it away from you. Take any money they give you. Only a portion of their debt is being repaid.
“This is a youth-led movement to reclaim their nation. I started a campaign that would significantly shed light on the nation’s problems.
Obi argued that it was unacceptable for the nation to be unable to feed its citizens despite having a wealth of natural resources and laborers.