There are only a few days left until the March 11 elections, which include votes for governor and the state house of Assembly.
On social media, however, there have been numerous reports of anti-party activities and lawmakers running campaigns for other politicians. Mixed feelings have been expressed in response to a video showing a Labour Party supporter tearing Obi's portrait that was alledged to be an APC banner.
The event reportedly took place in the Delta State town of Warri. Although Peter Obi's picture was used to make it appear as though Obi backed the APC candidate, the banner was a campaign for the APC.
Supporters of the Labour Party did not take this lightly and carefully tore Peter Obi's picture off the campaign banner, leaving the images of the other candidates in their place.
Check out the responses as Tunde Ednut shared the video in his official social media page.
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