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2023: Reject politicians with questionable records -NNPP chair

The Ekiti State Caretaker Committee Chairman of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), Hon. Olayinka Dada, has warned the electorate to be weary of politicians with questionable track records in governance to stem the retrogression of that nation’s development.

Dada gave the advice on Friday in a statement.

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According to him, that politicians with already blemished records could in no way possess a good intention for the people and the development of the nation and should prevented from the reigns of governance.

He also urged Nigerians to rescue themselves from maladministration, insecurity, corruption and nepotism which has retarded the growth of the Nigerian nation and her people.

“Nigerians are tired of political dealers. Since the return of democratic rule in 1999, little gains have been recorded in spite of the huge potentials God has endowed the Nigerian nation with.

“This is due to bad governance, nepotism, corruption and lack of patriotism, greed and incompetence on the part of those saddled with leadership positions. Nigerians are no longer comfortable with experimental policies. There must be a road map to ensuring steady growth.

“So, in 2023, the only option left for Nigerians is to exit non performing politicians who have held the people hostage. No amount of old tricks can save the two behemoth parties currently toying with the people. The people of Nigeria have resolved to free themselves in the unfortunate hands of incompetent and corrupt leaders,” Dada said.

He said that the NNPP is here to rescue Nigeria and rebuild the ruins.

He also urged Nigerians to come together and use their votes to cause a change in leadership, saying only a competent and visionary leader like a former Kano State Governor, Engr. Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, can shoulder the responsibility of rescuing and rebuilding Nigeria.

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