My Priority is to End Insecurities and Stabilize the Economy- Kola Abiola The Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Redemption Party, Kola Abiola,
My Priority is to End Insecurities and Stabilize the Economy- Kola Abiola
The Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Redemption Party, Kola Abiola, has promised to restore the fortune and aspirations of Nigerians if elected President in 2023.
He promised to bring difference, sincerity and true governance and make policies that would uplift every Nigerian.
Abiola made the promise while speaking with a cross section of Journalists at Akure Airport en route the Party House of Representatives campaign at Oka- Akoko in Ondo State.
Abiola promises to make insecurities a thing of the past immediately he becomes the President as nothing meaningful can be achieved under a threatening security.
” If I become the President, I will revamp the security architecture of the country, I will provide short term solution so that our people can live in peace, if you don’t solve it, you have not done anything”.
“I want to leave the country better than I met it”.
Concerning the new naira redesign, the Presidential Candidate described it as a general problem that has not yielded any positive effect.
” The new naira design was wrongly implemented, it is a problem for everybody”.
“APC has moped up the cash available and they are telling us that part of the reason for the policy was to deprive them of the cash and at the end of the day, to the detriment of the masses”.
“Our people should vote wisely. 30 years since June 12 election in Nigeria and 24 of that, APC and PDP in saddle.
People should vote for trusted people, they shoul vote for capacity”.
We don’t make noise in PRP. We are meeting the electorate especially at the grassroots”.
The son of the acclaimed winner of the June 12,1993 election, Kolawole Abiola said, part of the reasons to come to Akure was to let the people see the need to vote for trusted and people with integrity.
“I”m campaigning for our candidate for Akoko South West and South East, so the grassroots must know of our existence.
‘We have people who have PVC in the grassroots and we are reaching out to them”.
The PRP presidential candidate said there was a need for Nigerians to vote for their future, adding that the “2023 general election is not about sentiment.”
“We will serve as bridge builders that will restore the future of our dear country,” he added.
Abiola noted that the PRP was poised to sustain the legacy of the party’s founding fathers, including his late father, Moshood Abiola, Aminu Kano, Balarabe Musa.
“These are people who have been selfless and have lived their lives for the common good of the people and it is a challenge for myself and my Vice Presidential candidate, Haro Zego.
However, at Oka- Akoko, the venue of the campaign, the PRP Presidential Candidate urged the electorate to consider the current suffering of the people to determine how to vote. He said, in the last 24 years of undiluted democracy, People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and All Progressives Congress (APC) have ruled for sixteen and eight years respectively, hence the need for a fresh idea.
The rally was witnessed by the MHR hopeful, Hon Aregbesola Nifemi Wadel, Comrade Babatunde Alli, National Secretary, Members of the State Working Committee led by the Chairman, Deacon Oladele Sesan, Market Women, Traders, Artisans, Okada Riders and the Students.