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How The Kings All Over Nigeria Received Peter Obi, But It Was Different In Lagos

The Oasis Reporters

February 14, 2023









Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi venerated all the Kings he met across the length and breath of Nigeria. And the Kings opened their hearts, spread their arms wide and received him with joy.



All the photos are in no particular order.

Peter Obi was on a road show, and was awesomely well received by the masses of Lagos.


Yet the Oba of Lagos said no. He was quoted as having refused to see or receive Peter Obi, except the Jagaban only. This is quite understandable. It simply cannot be the Oba’s fault. Blame him not. Jagaban Tinubu is known to remove even any governor he doesn’t like in Lagos. A hardworking governor was alleged to have fallen from grace like that.



Peter Obi was in Bornu State in the north east, where you may not know that huge love exists.


Peter Obi, meeting with the women of Bornu.


..well received in Dutse.


With the women of Jigawa State in Dutse



and the youths of Dutse..a meeting.


All hail the King !

The Oba of Benin, Edo State summoned a young boy of early teen age in the palace and asked him about the political happenings in the country. From that little boy, the name of Peter Obi resonated resoundingly.




Peter Obi speaks before His Royal Majesty, the Oba of Benin.



Peter Obi’s entry into the Royal palace of the Olu of Warri…in obeisance.


The King and the visiting Peter Obi hold a private meeting.


..bowing before the Gbong Gwom Jos.



with the Emir of Kaltungo in Gombe State.


In Kano


Kebbi in Kebbi State (north west).



Obi with the Olubadan


Peter Obi in Southern Bornu.



Obi in Aba



With the Emir in Minna


Speaking in Minna


With the Emir of Mubi


In Ogun State


With Pa Adebanjo in Ogun State


Peter Obi was also with His Eminence,  the Sultan of Sokoto.


He meets with the people of Sokoto.




Peter Obi and Dr. Yusuf Datti Ahmed in Zamfara State.

Greg Abolo

Blogger at The Oasis Reporters.

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