“My job is done” – Obasanjo says as he vacates his seat and puts Peter Obi on it (video)

“My job is done” – Obasanjo says as he vacates his seat and puts Peter Obi on it (video)
“My job is done” – Obasanjo says as he vacates his seat and puts Peter Obi on it (video)
“My job is done” – Obasanjo says as he vacates his seat and puts Peter Obi on it (video)
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A video of former Nigerian President, Olusegun Obasanjo, vacating his seat at an event for Labour Party’s presidential candidate, Peter Obi, has gone viral.

In the video that has stirred warm reactions from Nigerians on social media, Obasanjo was giving a speech at the event when he pulled Peter Obi forward from his seat in the rear and set him on his seat.

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As Obasanjo wrapped up his speech, he said, “.. the president of Nigeria…” and turned to face Peter Obi.

When another guest at the event walked towards the Labour Party’s presidential candidate, Peter Obi’s seat, Obasanjo told the guest, “Leave him o. Leave him,” which made the audience burst into laughter.

Obasanjo then goes to Peter Obi, pulls him from his seat and then leads him to his own seat.

After placing Peter Obi in his seat, Obasanjo then walks away, saying, “Ehen, my job is done.”

Click the link to watch video below,

https://videopress.com/embed/S8dcRQvk?hd=1&cover=1&loop=0&autoPlay=0&permalink=1&muted=0&controls=1&playsinline=0&useAverageColor=0

In other news, reality TV star, Natacha Akide better known as Tacha, has seemingly doled out a response to a comment made by the All Progressives Congress presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu.

Recall that Tinubu caused a stir on social media after he told Nigerians seeking for a change in government to SHUT UP.

In a seeming reaction to this, Tacha, who was a guest speaker at a symposium held recently, told anyone making such statements to ‘respectfully shut up’.

She said the youths have woken up and are going to make sure their voices are heard. She pointed out that Nigerians have conversations about the 2023 election daily on social media which portrays their zeal to effect change in the country.

Throwing jabs at Nigerian politicians who claim to love the country, Tacha said neither of them have children sitting idle at home for over 8 months due to ASUU strike.

Speaking further, the 27-year-old reality show star reiterated that the clamour for change is not only online and the result will be clearly visible during the 2023 election.