2023: Vote APC For Better Future -Fadola

By: Jimmy-sayo Adebiyi

As All Progressives Congress Presidential Candidate Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu continues his nationwide campaign rally, a political leader in Ifedore local Government area of Ondo State,Prince Aderosoye Fadola has call on Nigerians to vote Tinubu as president and all other Candidates comes 2023 general elections.

Fadola who made the call during the Ondo Central Senatorial Campaign rally Said From the presidential candidate of APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu , House of Senate,Hon.Adeniyi Adegbonmire SAN, House of Representative Hon Adefisoye Tajudeen and House of Assembly,Hon(Barr) Tope Komolafe ,has what it takes to continue the developmental strides started by President Muhammadu Buhari in their respective areas after the 16 inglorious years of the Peoples Democratic Party in power.

He said Asiwaju with other Candidates will not let the people of the country down but rather improves their good work and all developmental projects.

Fadola However urged Nigerians not to be deceived by allowing the PDP return to power under any guise .according to him, it would be a return to maladministration in all areas.

According him,the PDP Presidential Candidate Atiku Abubakar has nothing to offer after being part of the PDP administration that plundered Nigeria’s wealth as vice president.

Fadola thereafter refuted the lies concerning Tinubu’s health said that the candidate has been participating in the campaigns, the most rigorous of all the political parties.

Meanwhile another political leader Mrs Oluyemi Damilola who quoted the APC flagbearer that the River State Governor Nyesom Wike was right after all when he declared that Atiku had no integrity.

Oluyemi who is also one of the party leaders in the state disclosed that Atiku established an expensive university for Nigerians to attend while in office as Vice President urged Nigerians to do away with anything that has to do with him.

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