Obidient fever grips opponents as Obi whistle stops in Delta and Edo state + photos

The Labour Party presidential candidate, Mr. Peter Obi, continues his dash moves in some states to thank and show solidarity and unanimity with Labour Party candidates ahead of March 18, 2023 gubernatorial and state assembly elections.

Obi, who was in Enugu and Abia states on Friday, passed through the two South-South states of Delta and Edo on Saturday.

As is usual of the LP flag bearer, the Obidient family comprising mostly of youths and women trooped out in their numbers jubilating and cheering him up with their movement’s patent song, “Obi kerereke”

While the Labour Party candidates in these states rejoice and welcome their hero and principal, candidates and leaders of the other political parties were panicking and bemoaning, wondering about the effect of such a visit on their aspirations.

According to a press release from the Obi-Datti Media office, Obi’s dash stop in Delta and Edo States was tumultuous and electrifying as he waved and thanked them for their extraordinary support on February 25, 2023, assuring that a new Nigeria is still possible and a repeat of their voting pattern next week will help.

In a short tweet from Delta state, Obi said "I am passing through Delta state- propitious moment to say a big thank you to the delta Obidients for remaining steadfast”

And in Edo state, the presidential candidate said “I passed through Edo today. I stopped by briefly to express my profound gratitude to the Obidients for their support and asked them to extend the same to the state House of Assembly candidates.”
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