Newlywed couple Join Peter Obi Rally immediately after wedding ceremony in Abuja [video]


A newlywed couple were the cause of mild surprise at the Abuja rally for supporters of Peter Obi, when they joined the 1 million March shortly after their wedding ceremony.

The bride and groom seemed happy to identify with the movement as they were cheered on by the crowd.

The Labour Party presidential candidate Peter Obi took to his Twitter page to congratulate the couple as he wished them a happy married life.

He tweeted:


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Salute and congratulations to this newly wedded couple in Abuja, whose special day coincided with the Obidient Family March in Abuja; and they marched too! Wishing you both a blissful and happy married life and children, who will grow up in a united, secure and productive Nigeria. -PO

The one million March saw thousands of the former Anambra state Governors followers express their full support for his candidacy.

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