The 2023 presidential candidate for the Labour Party, Peter Obi, on Tuesday, October 25, was in two different states and the Federal Capital Territory.
Obi had attended a women’s event at the Nigerian Air Force Conference Centre in Abuja before leaving for Kogi state where he visited victims of the flood which has ravaged various communities in the state and other states across the country.
However, shortly after visiting the victims in Kogi, Obi was spotted on a boat in Taraba state where he went to assess the level of damage caused by the flood in the state.
A Twitter post by the former governor of Anambra state said that he was also in Taraba state to sympathise with victims of the floods.
“Today, I was in Taraba State to assess the level of damage caused by the flood, and also to interact and sympathize with the flood victims.
“I reassured them of our firm support to them, especially in these challenging times. – PO.”
Peter Obi had earlier called on Nigerian women to ensure that they make the right decisions at the polls in 2023.
Obi said this while addressing the women at the Voice of Woman Empowerment Foundation’s event in Abuja.
The Labour Party’s 2023 presidential candidate also warned that women are always at the receiving end of bad governance.
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Obi’s supporters also encouraged their colleagues to ensure they make efforts to collect their PVCs from INEC offices ahead of the 2023 elections.