Christopher Imumolen, the presidential candidate of the Accord Party, has said hardship will end if Nigerians vote right candidates in the 2023 elections.
He said this on Friday at a youth gathering commemorating International Youth Day.
He advised youths to vote for leaders that would address critical issues bedeviling the country.
“If we lose our votes to those who are already members of, or in one way or the other affiliated to any sects, be it religious, political, ethical, then the effect of the aftermath is that we keep having advocates of sects in offices. You know what that means,” he said.
“How are we going to be out of this menace already affecting every aspect of the nation and her economy?
“If the government’s efforts aren’t working, then there must be internal bottlenecks, which need a neutral personality to the headdress.
“Constitutionally, 2023 should grace a new person in governing this nation. So, canvassing for who to vote for is our civic responsibility. Yes, it is because we have the right as youth to contest for public office, to be voted for, to vote, to belong to a political party, and to criticise the government provided that our thoughts are not to incite the people against the government.”
“The future you desire is here. We must not miss this election. Once missed, to have it back might be difficult. Hardship will end if we vote right,” he said
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