Lagos4ObiDatti: Everything To Know About Obi/Datti’s 4 million-man March In Lagos On Oct 1

Lagos4ObiDatti: Everything To Know About Obi/Datti's 4 million-man March In Lagos On Oct 1
Lagos4ObiDatti: Everything To Know About Obi/Datti's 4 million-man March In Lagos On Oct 1
Lagos4ObiDatti: Everything To Know About Obi/Datti’s 4 million-man March In Lagos On Oct 1

Everything To Know About Obi/Datti’s 4 million-man March In Lagos On Oct 1

Here is everything you need to know about Obi/Datti’s 4 million-man in Lagos organised by coalition of support groups, Lagos4ObiDatti, backing Peter Obi in 2023.

Addressing newsmen in Lagos, the Lagos4ObiDatti Central Organizing Committee said the march will take place across three major locations on October 1, 2022.

The group, however, denounced any attempt to link the Lagos Obidient Rally to the 2020 #EndSars Movement.

Speaking at the press conference held at the National Art Theater Lagos, chairman of the Publicity and Media Committee, Christopher Ademuyiwa, announced that the march would hold simultaneously in three different locations in the Lagos metropolis, namely Admiralty gate Lekki Phase 1; Archbishop Vining Memorial Church, GRA, Ikeja; and at FHA field on 23 road Festac.

Ademuyiwa said: “This march is more like a carnival, and the Obidients in Lagos are gearing up in large numbers to show their support for the Peter Obi and Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed presidential ticket.

“Also, plans have been made to have buses transport Obidients to and from their locations, and the bus pickup points will be released on social media.

“Our march is legal and constitutional, it is within the electoral time frame and calendar released by INEC and all security agencies have been duly and formally informed using the appropriate means.

“The police, NSCDC, road safety and DSS will be on ground to provide security as we march.”

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