Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, has reportedly visited Bishop David Oyedepo, the founder of the Living Faith Church Worldwide.
A picture of Peter Obi, and Bishop David Oyedepo, on Wednesday, surfaced online.
It was, however, gathered that the former governor of Anambra State visited Oyedepo on Tuesday at the Canaan land, headquarters of the church in Ota, Ogun State.
While some said the visit was on premised upon his birthday as he clocked 61 on Tuesday, others linked the visit to the 2023 presidential election.
Below are some the tweets on Twitter gathered by our correspondent:
“Peter Obi met with Bishop David Oyedepo yesterday, meaning he will meet with Bishop Adeboye soon. Talk about strategy. Obi means business. Would like him to meet with Pastor Dr Paul Enenche too,” @caesar_mayor tweeted.
@blossommartins tweeted, “While we were celebrating yesterday H.E Peter Obi visited Bishop DAVID Oyedepo at Canaanland for priestly and birthday blessings. More details later!!! finally PO meets my bishop,”
@realdongabriel said, “Peter Obi visits God’s servant, Bishop David Oyedepo in Canaanland for birthday blessings. My incoming president is doing well.
@RealOgemdi tweeted, “Peter Obi is a silent mover… He just moves, the ones that leak is the ones that people recorded by chance.
“Peter Obi Visited Bishop Oyedepo at Canaan Land.”
“Ti won ta (they are done for), a whole Bishop Oyedepo… Obi is the President,” @JaiyeolaOlami10 said.
Meanwhile, the details of the visit is unknown.