Peter Obi becomes a traffic cop in Calabar

When the Labour Party, LP, hosted its campaign event in Cross River State on Wednesday, Mr. Peter Obi, the party’s presidential candidate, served as the master of ceremonies.

He apologized for having to take over the mic since he thought that his other engagements throughout the day had unnecessarily kept the boisterous crowd at the UJ Esuene Stadium waiting for too long.

The roaring audience prevented his motorcade from leaving the stadium after the 30-minute campaign. The LP candidate then got out of his jeep and begged the people clamoring to touch him. In violation of protocol, he abandoned the motorcade to direct traffic. He then gave the DSS and police details assigned to him a difficult assignment to safeguard him and his team.

The DSS agents then surrounded him in a circle. The crowd, which was mainly made up of young people, was enthralled and thrilled to follow him.

Ogar Osim, the state chairman of the LP, said it was fortunate that the presidential candidate walked outside to manage the throng because if he hadn’t, he wouldn’t have been able to keep his other commitments.

If elected president in 2023, he would not always be “in Aso Rock to sign papers but will move out to see things for himself and work,” the presidential candidate said. “That our Presidential candidate came out to clear the crowd showed how he is not only energetic but ready to come down to our level to work.”

Peter Obi has already promised to secure Nigeria, bring it together, and uphold the rule of law.

Police brutality will never be accepted by my government. ASUU won’t ever walk out. You have my word. We’ll make sure that instead of becoming a consumption-based economy, we become a productive economy. In Cross River State, Nigeria’s tourism capital, we’ll resurrect the industry. Above all, we’ll ensure the Calabar Port is made to become vibrant as a way of diverting economic traffic to the state,” he outlined.

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