The former Nigerian leader Chief Olusegun Obasanjo has once again re-endorsed Peter Obi of the Labour party for the position of president.
He marked the former governor of Anambra state's name in the most recent post which he posted on his official Twitter page, alerting his his supporters to cast vote for him.
Recall that it is no longer news that Chief Olusegun Obasanjo recently endorsed Peter obi in a publication that he released to the public a few weeks ago. Following his public support of the labor party's presidential candidate, there were a number of responses, including criticism from some opposition party members.
Ever since he publicly endorsed Peter Obi, he has been speaking greatly of him and has repeated same thing less than 24 hours before the presidential election slated for Saturday. In a post that he shared on his page, Obasanjo wrote " Peter Obi "
This has sparked a lot of reactions on social media;
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