Obasanjo turns keke rider, picks passengers in Ogun [PHOTO]Wike returns to Rivers after vacationing in Turkey
Gbajabiamila reacts to death of Alaafin Adeyemi’s wife, Kafayat
Abuja-Kaduna-Zaria-Kano highway will soon be completed – FG
Governor Badaru elevates media aide, Sankara to Commissioner
EKiti: Oni accuses INEC of delaying release of results to server to favour APC
Yobe: APC chair loses 115-year-old mother
Crisis in PDP exists only in imagination of fifth columnists – Onuesoke
PDP crisis: Atiku’s running mate needs Wike’s support – Okowa’s camp
Chekwas, Njoku not APGA members – Factional spokesman, Okechukwu
Scores of kidnapped children rescued from underground of Church in Ondo
Suspected vandal electrocuted while cutting transformer cable in Abia
Police rescue 45-year-old man with fake naira notes from mob
Police arrest three suspected child traffickers in Delta
Bandits attack three villages in Kaduna community, kill 20, abduct 25
Toyin Abraham, husband react to report of alleged marriage crisis
Apostle Johnson Suleman clears air on mocking Funke Akindele, JJC Skillz
Toolz reacts as Funke Akindele, husband split
Portable submits self to police in Ogun
Reactions trail Funke Akindele, JJC Skillz separation after nine years of marriage
EPL: Manchester United react to death of Goram
EPL: I’ll improve them – Frank Lampard’s first signing boasts
Crystal Palace step up interest in Aribo
EPL: Manchester City defender joins Premier League rivals
EPL: I don’t want to play Europa League, sell me – Ronaldo tells Man Utd
Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo, was behind the wheels of a tricycle (Keke) on Saturday.
Obj, as fondly called, rode through some roads in Abeokuta, capital of Ogun, to pick passengers.
The sight caught the attention of many who cheered the former Head of State and also took photos.
The elder statesman, who offered rides to citizens, moved through Moshood Abiola, NNPC Mega Station, Kuto Market, among others.
The activity was part of OBJ @ 85 Free Keke Programme of the Youth Development Centre of Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library (OOPL).

In his remarks, Obasanjo appealed to the youths not to leave Nigeria to those messing it up.
The ex-leader said despite the challenges, they should try to take advantage of available opportunities to make an impact.
“Things are not what they should be but youths, individually and collectively, must make contributions in order to make things the way they should be.
“If you leave things to those who are messing it up for you and who are saying you are the leaders of tomorrow, you will never have that tomorrow.
“God has given you innate ability to be what He wants you to be. If you make up your mind, God will help you and provide people who would help you”, he added.
Wike returns to Rivers after vacationing in Turkey
Lady allegedly used for money ritual runs mad in Ogun
Portable submits self to police in Ogun
Amosun’s ally, Akinlade dumps APC in Ogun
Journalists threaten to blacklist Ogun NLC for assaulting members
Three night travellers die in Ogun road crash
Insecurity: If only Obasanjo was still in power – Fani-Kayode says days of good leadership gone
Copyright © Daily Post Media Ltd


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You May Also Like

Just InAgain, terrorists attack Military checkpoint at Zuma Rock, Abuja, reportedly kill Soldiers in shootout – Vanguard

Just InAgain, terrorists attack Military checkpoint at Zuma Rock, Abuja, reportedly kill…

Buhari lists Nigeria's benefits from Open Government Partnership – Guardian Nigeria

President Muhammadu Buhari. Photo/FACEBOOK/Femi AdeshinaPresident Muhammadu Buhari has itemised the benefits Nigeria…

18,429 test positive for hepatitis in Nasarawa | The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News — Nigeria — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News – Guardian Nigeria

Nasarawa State Ministry of Health has said that 18,429 persons have tested…

Three people killed in Philippine university shooting | The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News — World – Guardian Nigeria

Members of police Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) stand guard along a…