On Saturday, February 18, 2023, supporters of the Labour Party’s presidential candidate, Peter Obi, will embark on a 100-million-man march across the 774 local government areas in the 36 states of the federation, including the Federal Capital Territory, as well as major cities worldwide.
The joint committee for the event, made up of all Obi/Datti support groups worldwide, announced this in a statement on Friday, February 17, 2023. Justin Kingland, the lead of Obidient Global March, and Prof. Chris Nwaokobia, Jnr., the founder of the 100-million-man march, signed the statement.
The statement explained that the “Obidient” 100-million-man global march was the “final push” to “put boots on the ground to actualise a new Nigeria built on equity, justice, and service.”
According to the statement, the Obidients 100-million global march was a platform for expressing their renewed hope and undying love for Nigeria. The statement also emphasized that the march was an opportunity to save Nigeria from the hands of political marauders and stamp their feet on the grounds of a new nation built on equity, justice, and service.
The statement called on all Obidients to come out en masse and lend their voices to the cause, and the organizers provided information on locations and routes on Obidients platforms and social media.
The march in Abuja City centre will begin from the Unity Fountain and end at the City Gate, with phone numbers made available for efficient communication and guidance.
The statement further called on “Yuseful Obidients” worldwide to make themselves available at the designated locations in their countries and states. In conclusion, the statement expressed the determination of the organizers to see a new Nigeria rise from the ashes and called on God for help.