As his state-by-state campaign rallies come to an end on Saturday with a stop in Lagos, Obi took to Twitter to express his gratitude for the seemingly overwhelming support he has received.
“Today, the LP and the Obidient Family will wrap up their state rallies in Lagos. “It’s been a whirlwind and an extremely valuable experience across 36 states,” he said.
“Thank you, Nigerians, for participating constructively. The mission to reclaim Nigeria is real, and the main goal is in sight. Let’s get it done. It is now or never to save Nigeria.”
Obi arrived at Alaba International Market, his first stop in Lagos, around 11 a.m. He is expected to address his supporters first, followed by a town hall meeting and, finally, a campaign rally at Tafawa Balewa Square (TBS).
The LP candidate stated that he has traveled across the country and is more aware of the problems than ever before, urging traders and their families to hold him accountable.
According to him, the market was built by hardworking people, and the government has done nothing to improve it since then. He promised to return as President to address all of the issues facing the region.
Obi urged his supporters not to be intimidated after hearing rumors that voting for him would have negative consequences for them.
He promised to stick by them no matter what because, in his opinion, Nigeria belongs to all.
Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, the LP’s governorship candidate in Lagos, is also in attendance.