The Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi's many supporters have stormed the streets of Enugu State.
Obi's supporters who are popularly known as ‘Obidients’, shut down Enugu State capital on Saturday.
The 2-million-man March, which commenced at the Michael Okpara Square grounded vehicular movement within the metropolis.
A mammoth crowd, which increased as the team advanced, moved round the major roads in the State before returning to Okpara Square.
Commuters, who are facing herculean task in accessing some parts of the State, have resorted to alternative routes.
Obi’s supporters, who cut across various political divides, marched through the capital city singing solidarity songs as they moved.
The rally was very peaceful as the excited participants conducted themselves in a very peaceful manner.
Organizers of the rally, which has been going on across the country, said it was a demonstration to critics that the youths were Obi’s structure.