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My view on the national elections

2015-02-05 12:54
Emmanuel A Olorunpomi Comments: 4 Article views: 0
The 2015 election is around the corner, political parties are campaigning here and there. The two popular parties are in the race to gain power, especially in the federal level. My question is who will the cap fit?

All in the name of a rally, some went to the extreme of condemning their co-party and its running mate. As a Nigerian now, I think we don't need this. All we need now from you as an aspirant to the electorate is your manifesto to the masses.

More so, Nigeria needs revolution, not change or transformation or any other.

Political thugs are also becoming rampant in the society. A politician that eventually got into power through thuggery will never satisfy the masses and their decisions affect those around them, either good or bad.

To the electorate, don't sell your conscience, your right, power, franchise. The issue of using the Bible or 'Qu'ran as an oath is somehow slow in action

I think lets imbibe the using of traditional Gods to take an oath.


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