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I Jumped In Front Of Obi’s Convoy Because Of Love- Teenage Boy Explains His Drastic Action At Lagos Rally

A teenager, who identified himself as Yusuf Alabi, has revealed why he stood in front of the convoy of the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, during the party’s campaign rally in Lagos State on Saturday.

Why I stood in front of Obi’s convoy in the Lagos rally – Yusuf Alabi.

“I stood infront of Peter Obi’s convoy because I wish I am up to 18 years old so that i can vote for him. But since I can not vote for him, I came to the front of his car to pray for him so that he will win the election. My parents and my uncles and aunts said he is a good man”

– Yusuf Alabi is a young yoruba boy in Lagos state who is not up to the voting age but wants a better future!

Me: this is the best part of peter Obi’s campaign in all the 36 States!

The teenager, in a picture that went viral on social media, is seen stretching his arms out wide in front of a Toyota Prado SUV, with Obi standing through the open roof of the car, smiling at the teenager. When he was interviewed, Alabi disclosed that he is from Ibadan but based in Lagos said Obi helps people and he likes him (Obi) a lot.

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Alabi added that if Obi won the elections, he would pray for the presidential candidate to do well.

Obi rounded up his presidential campaign in Lagos, with a rally held at the Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos Island, on Saturday after campaigning across the 36 states of the federation.

Obi’s running mate, Datti Baba-Ahmed was also present at the finale, as well as the leader of the pan Yoruba socio-political organisation Afenifere, Pa Ayo Adebanjo, among others.

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