Presidency 2023: key into the revolution to retire PDP, APC ‘COMITY OF FRIENDS’ – Okorodudu urges Deltans

United States based Social Commentator, Data Analyst and Businessman, Mr. Kingsley Okorodudu, has called Deltans to, “key into the revolution


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Presidency 2023: key into the revolution to retire PDP, APC ‘COMITY OF FRIENDS’ – Okorodudu urges Deltans
Mr. Kingsley Okorodudu


 

 

United States based Social Commentator, Data Analyst and Businessman, Mr. Kingsley Okorodudu, has called Deltans to, “key into the revolution to retire the COMITY OF FRIENDS called PDP and APC”, by voting the Labour Party Presidential Candidate, Peter Obi in the 2023 general elections.

 

Okorodudu, who made the call in an exclusive telephone chat with Fresh Angle International, last night from his base in the US, opined: “A vote for Peter Obi, is a vote for sustainable economy, solid infrastructure, 24hours power supply, adequate health facilities, education that we all can be proud of and creation of jobs across the 36 states”.

 

He thanked Internationally recognized Nigeria’s Hip-Hop star, 2face Idibia (2Baba) and other celebrities, “who have taken a stand to ensure we retire this COMITY OF FRIENDS called PDP and APC come 2023”, saying: “Shame to any youth, who refuse to join the train that would lead to prosperity in this trying time of our great Nation”. 

 

Okorodudu asserted: “A vote for PETER OBI, means zero tolerance for corruption in our society and end to insurgency, kidnapping, anything that has to do with insecurity, will be brought under control.

 

“Think about the future of your children, family members, your friends and the hardship they going through because of bad governance since 1999, just think, think my brothers and sisters.

 

“Together we can make history, and together we can make NIGERIA great again by working with the positive minded people like (OBIDIENT) Peter Obi come 2023

 

“Please……please, go get your PVC so we can teach this COMITY OF FRIENDS CALLED APC AND PDP a lesson they will never forget come 2023.

 

“I’ m using this medium to call on my fellow Deltans to key into this revolution that is about to change the narrative come 2023.

 

“For so many years, our seaports have been rendered useless, because of poor performance and short sightseeing of our political leaders, leading to high level of unemployment in our society.

 

“Even the so-called crude oil we depend on as our birth right, is not even reflecting in the life of the common man in our society. 

 

“Insecurity is the order of the day, kidnapping, unemployment, living below poverty line in the presence of abundance, due to poor governance and tendency to practice corruption, even before they impose themselves on us.

 

“We say no to clueless leaders, we say no bad governance.

 

“Textile production, spinning and dyeing operations expanded in Kaduna during the oil boom years of the 1970s. Yet by 1997, KTL, Arewa Textiles and UNTL, were barely functioning, operating with obsolete equipment, without capital to obtain spare parts and without a regular source of electricity.

 

“Akinwumi Ricketts, Chairman of the Board of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) says lack of draft and lack of dredging of rivers in both Calabar and Warri, are the reasons why those ports are not being put to use.

 

“Ricketts gave some of these reasons behind the dormant nature of the ports in some parts of the country recently.

 

“How can we have some critical infrastructures on ground that will create so much and reduce Insecurity, yet not utilized? Same goes for the Kaduna textile industry, if this critical infrastructures, are revitalized, it will create thousands of direct and indirect jobs as well as improve our value chain, in terms of export of finished products.

 

 

“These are some of the reasons we are embarking on this revolution, because our political leaders are clueless, corrupt, lack abilities, ideas and really don't know what governance is all about. They are old, lack vision, can't compete with pattern of leadership that is obtained in other parts of the world.

 

“We have seen the good works of Peter Obi. His personal life and the approach he adopted during his governorship of Anambra State. His antecedent, is glaring for all, including the blind and the deaf.

 

“We are indeed tired of negative continuation of these set of political leaders, most especially on the National level with their myopic and lame approach to governance.

 

“We need a change, we need to change the narrative, we need to get our country back, before it is too late, please…….please, I can't stress this enough, go and get your PVC, so we can effect the change we so desire”.

 

 



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