Party primaries: “Delegates shun monetary inducement”-SOKAPU

Party primaries: “Delegates shun monetary inducement”-SOKAPU

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By Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna

Ahead of party primaries, the National Youth Leader of Southern Kaduna People’s Union (SOKAPU), Comrade John Isaac, has urged delegates from the zone not to mortgage the future of Southern Kaduna on the basis of who have given them cars or motorcycles.

He said “Delegates must know that the choices before them are clear, they must not mortgage the future of Southern Kaduna on the basis of who have given them cars or motorcycles. They must not sell their votes to the highest bidder. It is our believe that the delegates will do what is right.

SOKAPU youth wing leader, in a statement he personally signed and made available to our Kaduna correspondent, Sunday also stated that the turbulent times the people of southern Kaduna have found themselves in recent time was tied to poor quality of choices made in the past elections.

“Southern Kaduna has been through turbulent times in recent years with scores killed, properties destroyed, and economic activities relegated to the background.

“These unfortunate happenings are undoubtedly tied to the poor quality of our choices, but particularly as it concerns elections.

“It is on this backdrop that the Youth Wing of the Southern Kaduna Peoples’ Union (SOKAPU) urge all Southern Kaduna delegates taking part in the forth coming primary elections starting today 22nd May, 2022 across all political parties to endeavor to vote for candidates with the overall interest of Southern Kaduna, capable of attracting developments and empowering women and youths.

“It is important to remind us that Southern Kaduna is the only home we all can call ours and must come first in all our dealings.

“Delegates must know that the choices before them are clear, they must not mortgage the future of Southern Kaduna on the basis of who have given them cars or motorcycles. They must not sale their votes to the highest bidder. It is our believe that the delegates will do what is right

“May our good Lord direct our paths in the right direction now and always”, the statement stressed.

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