Supporters of the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, have defied police directive against holding a rally at the Lekki toll gate.
On Saturday morning, October 1, the supporters, known as the ‘Obidients’, were seen in mass number as they marched at the Lekki-Epe Expressway, chanting ‘Obi! Obidient!’
Sharing a video on Twitter, a tweep, @Nkemchor posted, “The police presence at Lekki did not stop youths from gathering. Very proud of this generation. If Lekki is your route join them!”A
Twitter user named @Nkemchor shared a video and wrote, “The police presence in Lekki did not stop youngsters from gathering. I’m really happy with this generation. Join them if Lekki is your path!
“All we want is a genuine leader who is eager to serve Nigerians. We’re not asking for much, just give us Peter Obi,” tweeted @eklepatience. Festac Lagos is in compliance.
had earlier reported that the Lagos State Police Command issued a warning against holding any sort of rally outside the Lekki Toll gate on Friday, citing a court order that forbade it.
The march appeared to be taking place in various areas of Lagos, including Festac Town, Surulere, and the National Stadium, according to Twitter users who provided photographs.
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