The Presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP) Mr. Peter obi, the former Governor of Anambra state, as part of his campaign activities, visited Anambra state today, where he met with the Traditional rulers council and other groups in the state.
However, he also visited Onitsha Main Market, in Anambra State, defying the sit at home prescribed by the proscribed indigenous people of Biafra, where he met thousands of crowds who were happy to see him. The crowds were heard as they kept chanting Obi's name. Some Nigerians have taken to their twitter handles to react to Obi's campaign in Onitsha Main market, Anambra, thereby defying the sit at home order. Reacting to it, a twitter user with the handle name 'Anthony Ebo' commented, “Terrorist Simon Ekpa declared sit at home today and Onitsha residents reacted like this”.
Below are some screenshots of the reactions and comments from Nigerians online;
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