SAY NO TO VOTE BUYING: CIVIL SOCIETY, YOUTHS AND UNIVERSITY LECTURERS SHOULD MERGE AND SUPPORT OMOYELE SOWORE FOR THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
- ASUU had been on strike for over three months and no visible solution to their predicaments.
- APC led Government is busy selling nomination forms at hundred million Naira, neglecting the cries and the plights of our erudite scholars for a better educational system of our children. Money politics is the order of the day, paving way for unwarranted high level of corruption in which the downtrodden would be at the receiving end of devastating economic systems.
In 2020, the lockdown hindered the smooth running of every aspect of our economy, innumerable number of people were out of jobs, eating from hand to mouth. Now is the time to change the narratives. Let us support Omoyele Sowore and put an end to incessant suffering and smiling in our Country.
He is the only candidate that can correct the wrongs. We can not continue to be on the fence. Our active participation in politics is necessary for a better Nigeria. Activists and God-fearing Nigerians in politics are imminent.
ASUU is on strike, the future of our youth is very bleak. Our Mumu don do. Nigeria is presently at cross road, we have been enslaved for so long a time. People are out of job, your vote is your legitimate power, don’t sell it for a pot of porridge, let come together and have a common front and vote outdated politicians out of power, their children are in abroad enjoying better life.
Say no to APC Chain to another level, Say no to vote buying, Say no to thuggery and other vices.
Youths and well meaning Nigerians should arise and wage war against neo-colonialism through their votes. Cast your vote for OMOYELE SOWORE irrespective of religion, race, political affiliation and put an end to insecurity and unemployment in our land.
The old politicians have been in power for decades and could not deliver. We need new breed of young talented and energetic politicians. It is now or never.
Comrade Michael Roy Olokungboye
Convener Activist for good Governance