How woman laid her wrapper on the floor for Peter Obi to walk (Video)

Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika has said Peter Obi, presidential candidate of the Labour is party is a well respected and loved man.

Sirika stated that this was proven when he witnessed a woman spread her wrapper on the floor for Obi to walk on.

The minister was speaking at an event to eulogise the late elder statesman and former minister of Aviation in the first republic, Chief Mbazulike Amechi.

The event had the former Governor of Anambra state in attendance alongside former Senate president, Anyim Pius Anyim amongst others.

Sirika said the woman removed her wrapper for Obi to walk on out of respect and love for who he is and what he represents.

Watch him speak below:

Meanwhile, CorrectNG reported earlier that the Labour Party flagbearer urged Nigerians to sack him from office if he is elected in the upcoming election 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?”.