Man pledges to give out his car if Obi wins presidential election
A Nigerian man has staked his car on a gamble that the presidential candidate of Labour Party, Peter Obi being elected in February.
In a trending video, he said if Obi wins the presidential election, he will give his car out to a mechanic who works for him.
While speaking, he said 2003 instead of 2023 that he will gift the car to the artisan. He was being interviewed at a workshop when he made the pledge and pointed to his Skoda Superb, saying that is the car that will be up for grabs.
The person who interviewed him filmed the car and its plate number in a bid to commit the man to ensure he does not regret his promise.
Watch the video below:
Reacting, christabelegbenya said; 2003 na him talk oh ??????
nellyfanola; He can’t win abeg… Obi can’t win 5 states in Nigeria ?? ?
Make we tell ourselves the truth
sokoh_official; Don’t forget he said 2003 because Obi will surely enter and it will not be 2003 ?
eldersteveagbata; Very risky gambling ??♂️.. Anyways, I hope he has another car because he can’t be gambling with his only “motor car”
____remmy; We all know he can’t win this presidential Election.. but he has registered himself as a 3rd force .
okoroofficialll; Truth be told y’all know who will win already but let’s play along ❤️
officialcoolrex; We all know say Obi no fit enter but make we dey play dey go
musa_tendai; This one taking video wants to make sure the owner looses that car aish ?
oluwaa_fisayomi; That 2003 he said will fight for him at the court of law if Obi enters
harnimor94; It Means Obi go win Vote ? ?but Nah Tinubu go enter ? that is Nigeria for you , this man don see future already?
god_is_great0000; Make Una dey remember Se we all vote this SAY BABA ???we go see wetin the man Una choose go do again because you people are just shouting OBI like Se he fit solve Nigerian problem ??
gh_quickie; He won’t win…. respectfully!! And even if he does win, he won’t live up to the people’s expectations. That is the DNA of all African leaders apart from Paul Kagame.