Christian mother stands in the rain, refuses to leave until she sees Obi (Video)

A Nigerian woman has been captured standing in the rain and singing the praise chant of the Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi.

She was singing while heavy rain was falling and a man who saw her decided to use a chair to serve as umbrella because she insisted on staying in the rain until she gets the attention of the former Governor of Anambra state.

It was learnt that this happened in Lagos state shortly after Obi visited Zion Assembly on Wednesday, 15th March, 2023.

After the grace was shared, the congregation also refused to go because they heard Peter Obi came around following his return from Plateau State.

The Christian mother decided to employ a different method of standing in the rain to get the LP presidential flagbearer to see her.

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CorrectNG recalls that months ago, Peter Obi urged Nigerians to sack him from office if he eventually becomes president and fails to perform.

Obi who spoke at the Support Group Conveners Conference in Abuja, said he and his running mate, Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed will steer the country in the right direction but if the people think they’re being taken in the wrong direction, they are free to vote them out.

The former Governor of Anambra state cautioned against voting for politicians who impoverished 95 million Nigerians.

He asked the people to reject the old political order and take ownership of the country.

Obi assured the citizens that “We can make Nigeria work,” and stressed the need for the people to demand accountability from public officeholders to stem the tide of corruption.

He said: “Myself and my running mate, Dr. Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed, As drivers whose duty will be to take Nigeria to a destination of peace, unity and progress if elected as president and vice-president respectively in the coming February, 25th general elections, ‘sack’ me and my running mate, Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed whenever we are found to be taking Nigerians in the opposite direction.

“All our country has produced in the last ten years is poverty. In 2012, the number of Nigerians who are poor was about 65 million. Today, it is about 95 million. And those who caused it are asking to be given more years. To do what?”.