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Obi \’Humbled\’ By Warm Reception At Redemption City As Campaign Continues

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The Labour Party’s presidential candidate for 2023, Peter Obi, has expressed gratitude for the welcome he received on Friday at the camp of the Redeemed Christian Church of God.

On Friday night for its ongoing convention dubbed Perfect Jubilee, the former governor of Anambra was at the RCCG Redemption City, formerly known as Redemption Camp.

In a video that went viral earlier on Saturday, attendees of the event known as “Perfect Jubilee” reportedly cheered loudly when Obi was introduced at the church.

In a post on his verified Twitter account on Saturday, August 12, Obi commented on the development and expressed his gratitude for the event’s warm reception.

He wrote;

Sharing moments of true worship last night with a great congregation at the RCCG Convention was a special experience of joy, strength and love for me.

I was humbled by the warm welcome, but above all, I am grateful for the opportunity to be in the midst of the brethren.

Sharing moments of true worship last night with a great congregation at the RCCG Convention was a special experience of joy, strength and love for me. I was humbled by the warm welcome, but above all, I am grateful for the opportunity to be in the midst of the brethren. -PO pic.twitter.com/HLLOtuD8Ga

— Peter Obi (@PeterObi) August 13, 2022

Meanwhile, Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s presidential candidate, has reaffirmed his unwavering affection for Nigeria and his unwavering faith in its indivisibility.

The Peter Obi Support Network, his largest support network, has more than 1,000 members.

In a virtual interactive session with the group on Monday, August 1, Obi expressed his confidence that Nigeria can and will emerge from the shadow of failed political leadership.

He exhorted everyone to make whatever contribution they could to Nigeria’s development, including those living abroad.

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This is in accordance with a statement made on Monday and signed by Onwuasoanya Jones, Director of Strategic Communication for the Peter Obi Support Network.

Obi related a story about having to move from the United Kingdom to Nigeria after spending more than ten years doing his lot to advance the country’s social and economic growth in order to emphasize how much he was willing to give up for Nigeria’s survival and prosperity.

 

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