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Video: Thugs Attack Physically Challenged Man Campaigning For Peter Obi In Lagos


A Nigerian man, John Solam, who is physically challenged but experienced a transformation after declaring his support for Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi has been attacked by thugs in Lagos.

Naija News reports that John, a northerner from Adamawa, went viral after he held the campaign banner while lying flat on the floor during the one million march held nationwide in May 2022.

The man had declared his support for the former Governor of Anambra state, when he was still an aspirant under the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP).

Recall that Peter Obi dumped the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), joining the Labour Party where he emerged as their presidential candidate for the 2023 general elections.

Well-meaning Nigerians rallied around and bought an automatic wheelchair for John.

However, months after the gesture, John, who went around telling people about Peter Obi and the kindness he received got beaten up by thugs on Wednesday.

According to John, they had questioned him for campaigning for the LP presidential candidate before descending on him.

John sustained some injuries with his wheelchair destroyed in the process.

Watch the video of John narrating the experience below;

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    18 August 2022 at 4:05 PM

    This is the work of BAT Boy

  2. Igbosense

    18 August 2022 at 4:24 PM

    We aren’t expecting something less that this from those who call themselves leaders yet they are not better than those street urchins who follows them around.

  3. Ali Abayomi

    18 August 2022 at 9:44 PM

    I don’t believe in doing this to this helpless man or even a complete able man. I myself encountered this man in one afternoon last week or two weeks ago on my way to the market on innamdi azikwe Street lagos Island. Dailogly I made him understand that as a Muslim I can not vote for obi.I am a yoruba from ogun state. I don’t believe it should call for violence

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