Gridlock as Obi supporters hold rally in Kaduna

Supporters of the Labour Party in Kaduna State on Saturday took to major streets in a solidarity walk for the presidential candidate of the party, Peter Obi, and his running mate, Datti Baba-Ahmad.

The supporters who marched from the Abuja -Kaduna road junction through the Command Secondary School, Refinery junction to Narayi, also drummed support for the candidate of the party for Chikun/Kajuru Federal Constituency, Ekene Abubukar Adams.

Adorning the LP branded T-shirts and caps, the supporters chanted various solidarity songs in support of Obi/Datti presidential ticket.

They said that the country at the moment needed genuine change which they claimed the Labour Party presidency would offer in 2023.

Speaking, the Chairman of the Obi/Datti Movement in the state, Chief Morrison Ikpeanaeze, expressed delight for the mass turnout of the people regardless of religion, ethnicity, “despite the fact that nobody gave them any money.”

He expressed optimism that “Obi is no doubt the next president of the Nigeria,” urging all and sundry to keep up the momentum until victory is qurantteed in February, 2023.

Also speaking, the LP candidate for Chikun/Kajuru Federal Constituency, said the program is tagged: ‘Ekene for Obi Movement Group’ with the mandate to sensitize people at the grassroot and to ensure Nigerians do not make another mistake in 2023.

“We are people’s servant. I believe politics is not a job. It is a call to serve humanity who are agitating for this change. I am optimistic there will be a better Nigeria. You can see the structure all over. We are the real structure so I believe Peter Obi is coming for a better Nigeria due to the yearnings of the people,” he said.

See pictures from rally below:

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