On Saturday, former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo rode a tricycle known as Keke Napep.
Obj, as he is affectionately known, rode through some roads in Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun, to pick up passengers.
Many people were drawn to the sight and cheered and photographed the former Head of State.
The elder statesman, who gave citizens rides, passed through Moshood Abiola, NNPC Mega Station, and Kuto Market, among other places.
The event was part of the OBJ @ 85 Free Keke Program of the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library’s Youth Development Centre (OOPL).
In his remarks, Obasanjo urged young people not to abandon Nigeria to those who are destroying it.
Despite the challenges, the ex-leader stated that they should try to capitalize on 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.