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Who do you vote for, APC or PDP?

05 August 2014, 15:22 Jibunor George Chuks

Many people may ask why do the writer ask this question. Well, this question has many answers, depending from the point of view you picture or see it from.

First, I don't do politics but believed in the demonstration of good leadership. Ask me if I have seen such in the country!

The question doesn't need a long period of time before I could give the answer to that! No I have not.

Although I have seen average leaders who are trying to make a difference but the group at which those leaders belongs to could not allow people to see the inner persons of who they really are.

An Individual can not change the country within ten years, but a group can change and transform the whole country system within four years in office or power.

I'm not against any party but what I'm against is that the parties don't have lay down manuscripts, prospect and rules on how to tackle weaker individuals in the party and how to execute things in their regimes.

All they are up to is portfolios attached to their posts. I only believed in the (WLP) ''Working Leaders of the People''.

Good leaders coming out from the wrong parties can not make any exception because the will of evil or wrong doings of the parties is greater than himself.

I think we have come of age that people that are voting must know the agendas of the parties they are voting fore.

Restructuring and putting it under law, this will make the parties to be conscious of what they do, because there is a law which makes them answerable to the country.

Not what we have now. Do and get away like a brat child's play. We need change, but what we have now, I doubt if it will come soon from the set on-board. God help us.

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