2023 General Elections: Vote credible candidates accross parties, shun party traffickers – Kwara Youth Assembly President

2023 General Elections: Vote credible candidates accross parties, shun party traffickers – Kwara Youth Assembly President

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By Matthew Denis Abuja

In a bid to ensure better governance in Kwara state and Nigeria ahead of the 2023 General Elections, The President of Kwara Youth Assembly, Barr. Temi Salami Nuruddin has called on the Electorates to vote across the parties front for credible candidates who will deliver true dividend of democracy in kwara state and Nigeria at large.

He appealed to the electorates to shun sheneginans who hide under Political parties to deceive them without having good track records.

The President made the disclosure during a press conference held in ilorin, Kwara state Capital on Saturday.

He said ” We are appealing to the electorates to vote for representatives that will respect them and understand their pains in the 2023 General Elections.

“That virtually all the political office holder in Kwara are political mistakes birthed by “otoge” there are better politicians scattered in all political party,
Kwarans should defy party politics for better candidates.”

According to him the kwara state Governor Abdulrasaq Abdulraham has deliberately slaughters the local government elections by cutting the throats of the people.

Barr. Salami frowned that the indebtedness of Kwara State doesn’t correspond with the capital projects indicated by the government.

He said “more so, a state can’t be governed like a sole proprietorship business as it is currently the case. The high-spiritedness and political energy invested in bringing Gov. Abdulrasaq is without mincing words a waste of political lifeline.

“We must be willing as people to deflate those political traffickers in Kwara State.
Those who believe we must get a drop of water on our throat only when we are dead-thirsty and deliberately starve us and negotiate our loyalty with a cup rice.

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