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A peep into 2015

15 October 2014, 20:30 Linus onuche

As the next general election approach in earnest, political gladiators are warming up like an athlete eyeing an olympic medal,who could not make a bronze on his last outing but has come up with a new modal to win a gold not minding what it will take, even if it means doping.  

Also read: INEC remains positive, focused for 2015 elections                                                                   

Partisan has resorted in to use of words in other to stir up the adrenalin of other contender or perhaps to make opposition group chicken out, is an old fashion scope that is still making vibe in political niche but the big question is not just rubbing mud on each other credibility using the media as an agent but rather presenting a people oriented manifesto  not just making chalantan promises that is not achievable even if there are opportune to rule for eternity that is on the contrary.                                                  

Politicians should make sure grass root should be carried along in their pre election campaign it is beyond the media houses in the big cities it is not just taking power or retaining power there should always advocate for ideology that is pragmatic and devoid of nepotism,and the mentality of god father ism the nation and people should  be hold esteem or perhaps spinal point of there manifesto not a manifesto of personal vendetta that is been disguise and clone in a form of salvation chorus and anthem it is not all about using sinister means not to excuse the potential messiah.


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