A viral video currently circulating online has captured the moment, the labor party presidential aspirant, Peter Gregory Obi jokingly said he is suffering and smiling after a lawyer asked him about how he is doing
The statement, however, ensued after he was holding a conversation with one of the lawyers that he met at the entrance of the court of appeal on Monday
It is no longer news that the pre-hearing of the presidential election petition went down on Monday. However, Peter Obi alongside some of his aides was at the court to witness the hearing
However, after Obi alighted from his vehicle and was moving into the court, he was seen greeting most people that he met at the entrance.
As he approached the entrance and a lawyer asked him how he is doing, he replied saying he is suffering and smiling
In the viral video, the lawyer, after sighting him said "Good morning, how are you doing sir?"
He replied saying "Well, I am suffering and smiling". The reply made many people around to laugh
Below is the photo of Peyer Obi and the lawyer during the conversation
Kindly See the video from 1.45-1.59
Below are a few reactions from social media users
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