As we go into this 2023 Presidential and General elections in Nigeria, let us not forget that our beloved country is at a crossroad. Many of us genuinely want Nigeria to get better. But some of them just do not want to play their part in ushering in a new Nigeria. We even want a miracle from God that will just change Nigeria overnight while we sit and watch. Unfortunately, things do not work that way.
Get your power bank ready. Buy enough Internet data. Charge your cell phone. Keep your PVC and ID handy.
Reliable information reaching us shows that some gullible Labour Party Chairmen, Labour Party Staff and INEC officials may have compromised. Whereby you are one of them and may have been bribed, be warned! If you have received bribes, return them now, and do your work diligently. Otherwise, the Team New Nigeria movement (OBIDATTI support groups) will use all legally available tools at our disposal to bring you to justice and strip you of your title.
Be assured that our EAGLE & OWL EYES are on you 24 hours daily. Special warnings go to the gullible LP or INEC staff in the following states: IMO, Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Kano, Kaduna, Edo, Osun, and Rivers States. OBIDATTI support groups are in full support of President Buhari’s promise for a “Free and Fair Election 2023” in Nigeria and we will not fail to expose you if you fumble.
The Military Veterans for Peter Obi (MVPO), A security arm of the Peter Obi movement, have set up a Situation Room/State Emergency Centers across the 36 states and the FCT, in case of any violence before, during and after the election in your polling unit or elsewhere, please call your state emergency number to report the situation immediately. 📞📞 (See the attached)
Be calm, observant, and smart, and defend your votes. Get your power banks ready (if INEC says their battery is down, offer your power bank). Buy internet data (if INEC) says that they have no internet, offer yours. Any suspicious action or movement on Feb. 25th. 2023: Spring into Action: take pictures, videos or Facebook live, send to Emergency numbers as provided below and to all social media. On voting day, go with snacks, water, or food to your polling units. After voting, stay within the allowable distance to defend your votes. Help the handicapped and the elderly. Be nice and brave!
Please take note that during accreditation your PVC would be placed on the BVAS (make sure that the colour on the BVAS changes to colour green which means you have been accredited but if it doesn’t turn green it means your vote will be void) and your name will be written down. If your name is written down without the BVAS changing colour to green 💚 then it means, we have all wasted our time. Kindly share this information with as many Obi-Dients as possible.
At the polling units, if the INEC officials give you 2 ballot papers as if by mistake, do not thumbprint the 2 ballot papers and think that you are helping OBI, no. The BIVAS machine will detect that you thumb printed twice and the result of that polling unit will be cancelled… That is one of the tricks some INEC corrupt officers at the polling booths may use to reduce OBI’S votes. The INEC officials will give double or more ballot papers to you as if by mistake, no it is deliberate, and they will do this in all areas where Obi has more followers. Do you know what will happen if they succeed in the areas where Obi has the majority of followers? God forbid, so let us be alert and wise up to their evil machinations.
If there is unrest or a forceful grab for power: (At least prepare for 2 months’ food supply) Do not buy too much food to avoid spoilage and scarcity. Make sure you have enough smart kit (gala, biscuits, water, and other snacks) rice, beans, water, water, and water. Be wise, be brave and defend your vote and God-given right as a citizen of Nigeria.
This information is from the Labour Party of Nigeria and the Coalition of the Peter Obi Support Groups.
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