A Tanzanian supporter of Nigeria’s Labour Party, OGersh, climbed Africa’s tallest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro for 10 and a half hours to place the party’s flag at the Uhuru Peak.
The Uhuru Peak is the highest point of the mountain and highest point in Africa.
OGersh shared a video and picture of himself at Uhuru Peak, next to the Labour Party flag on Tuesday.
In the video, he said: “I am doing this, and it took me a lot of pain. I took risks to get here. I had been climbing this Kilimanjaro since 11 p.m. yesterday, and we just got here; it is about 9.30 in the afternoon now. That is the price I pay; that is the thing I give so that we have a new Nigeria. I want my children and grandchildren to enjoy what I enjoyed in Nigeria, not what is currently happening.”
OGersh shared a picture of himself at Uhuru Peak, next to the Labour Party flag on Tuesday saying, “On Fri, 20/10/2022 after 10½ hrs of climbing, hiking and trekking, I made it to the Uhuru Peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, 5,895m above sea level. There is no better place to announce the coming of a New Nigeria than the rooftop of Africa.”