Labour Party presidential candidate Peter Obi has encouraged his supporters to hold his administration accountable if they renege on their promises.
Obi gave the encouragement in Port Harcourt, Rivers State during a campaign rally on Thursday, calling on 'Obidients' to record what he has pledged to do if elected as president in 2023.
“When we come to a rally, please, put your phone on and listen to what we are promising.
"Tape it (put it on record) so that tomorrow when we start telling you that they manipulated us, you can push us out", he said to the crowd at the Liberation Stadium.
Speaking further, Obi stated that those who hold public offices don't have the luxury of giving excuses if they are not able to meet their own end of the bargain.
At the conclusion of the rally, Obi, his wife, and other members of the party embarked on a road walk; an exercise LP chieftain Pat Utomi disclosed was meant to show the party's flag bearer connection to the masses.
“It is about a 10km (walk) [We are] talking to the people; shaking hands, holding babies, and feeling the people.
“We challenge every other person who is running to come and do the same. Touch the people, feel the people and serve the people.”
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