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Video/Photos of Peter Obi’s door-to-door Campaign in the North

A nationwide mass movement is underway among young Nigerians across the country to mobilize grassroots awareness, campaign and support for Peter Obi as their preferred choice for President of Nigeria. 

In what is shaping to be the most intensely contested election in the history of Nigeria, strategies are being implemented across the country to ensure either Abubakar Atiku or Bola Ahmed Tinubu or Peter Obi emerges the winner of the February 2023 general election.

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Most young Nigerians, who now see Peter Obi as a “third force” and a candidate for the youth and for anyone who is against the current establishment in the country, are however stepping up strategies to seize a budding social media momentum for his candidacy.

Video/Photos of Peter Obi’s door-to-door Campaign in the North

A cross-section of young Nigerians unhappy that the two major political parties, PDP and APC, chose former Vice President Abubakar Atiku and a prominent political godfather, APC Leader and former Governor of Lagos State, Bola Ahmed Tinubu as respective flagbearers, are mounting a strategic offensive to galvanize Nigerians to take to the poll and vote Peter Obi as their choice. They believe this is the only way to defeat an establishment with solid political structures that have won countless elections especially when there is political apathy.

A plethora of viral videos and messages monitored by CLOCK REPORTERS on social media reveal thousands of youths across the country mobilizing to get their PVCs (Permanent Voters Card). There are also debates across online forums on what is the best strategy to deliver what will be the greatest upset in Nigerian politics.

Ideas around how to use electronic and analogue media to reach a wider audience, breaking language and religious barriers, grassroots door-to-door campaigning, volunteering and even shaping the appeal of Peter Obi as a candidate for not just the South by the Northern Part of the country are all under various stages of consideration by some of the volunteers.

In a well-attended Twitter Spaces discussion, monitored last night, which had over 60,000 people tuning in, and an average of 5,000 people listening every minute for over three hours, speakers were heard sharing ideas on what strategies could best help win the election for Peter Obi. The Spaces was hosted by respected social media influencer and tech lawyer, Modupe “Moe” Odele @moechievous and used the hashtag #MyPeterObi to help manage trends.

Video/Photos of Peter Obi’s door-to-door Campaign in the North

 

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