Cubana Chief Priest and well-known Nigerian socialite Pascal Okechukwu have sworn an oath.
At a rally in Lagos on Saturday, he promised to assist the young kid who was blocking Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s presidential candidate.
On Saturday, a picture of a teacher named Yusuf Alimi who was seen supporting Obi by raising his hands went viral on social media.
A Facebook user, Ifeanyi Onukwubiri, had asked for the teenagers whereabouts because he wanted to give him N100,000 saying, “ This is the photo of the week. How can I get to this boy? I want to gift him 100k. It’s youth o’clock! I see hope for common persons coming back again!”
On Saturday, Cubana Chief Priest shared Onukwubiri’s Facebook post in which he vowed to rewrite his tale on his Instagram story.
He wrote, “Me too I go like send am better thing. His life gotta (has to) change.”
According to Bitafod.com, the adolescent admitted during an interview that he stood in front of the caravan out of love for Obi.
Obi assists people, according to Alami, who claims to be from Ibadan but resides in Lagos.
Alami stated that he would pray for Obi to succeed as president if he won the election.
Obi addressed a rally at Tafawa Balewa Square on Lagos Island on Saturday to wrap up his presidential campaign in Lagos.
At the final rally, attendees included Pa Ayo Adebanjo, the head of the pan-Yoruba sociopolitical organization Afenifere, and Obi’s running mate, Datti Baba-Amed.