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Let's talk about change!

2015-02-05 18:16
George Chuks Comments: 13 Article views: 0
Let's not get blind folded by the individual political party that we belong in, either because of religion, ethnicity, sentiments or familiarity. Change starts from within and change is what we all need in the country.

I was opportune to watch the live debate organised by the NDEG Nigerian Debate Electorate Group! This people are the group of editors, journalists, and in partnership with BON and Independent National Electoral Commission INEC.

According to INEC we have about eight(8) to nine political parties vying for the post of the president but this was quite shocking, not encouraging and lacks professionalism that only three parties was represented in the debate session.

Many opted out that the organisers are friends and allies of PDP that they might have displayed and compromised with them! Hmmm, if that be the case as said by the supporters of APC, I see it as very wrong and it could be seen as an act of enemies of change.

Also read: Nigeria 'definitely' not ready for elections – analyst

While that be the case, APC as claimed for great change should have overlooked that, wax up strong and could have turn up for the debate. The debate as we watched, was a fair and simple questions, not an examination which result will be awarded. Its a certificate of participation that will be given.

The debate is in electoral act. The vice presidential debate has been missed by them, therefore the general public urge the presidential candidate to take up this fair debate with other opposition's for its in accordance to the change which they claim to stand for.

Other countries do this, why should a country which is aiming for same change overlook and abandon same change. This content is not in support for any political group but for same change which we all hope to see in the next dispensation.

God bless!
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