Nigerians Urged To Quiz Politicians, Their Plans For Nigeria

As political parties in Nigeria kick off their electioneering campaigns today a Lagos-based political analyst Abiodun Olakunrin has appealed to Nigerians to quiz politicians about their plans for improving Nigeria when they come asking for your votes.

This is in line with the released calendar of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for the forthcoming 2023 election.

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Political parties are expected to kick off their electioneering campaign today 28 September 2022, after the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) lifts the ban on the campaign.

Olakunrin said politicians would soon start coming to speak big grammar to you in your states and local government area. Some would even come to your houses and streets, he urged Nigerians not to be carried away by their eloquence, charisma, or little display of charity.

“Ask them intelligent and serious questions on how they intend to improve the economy, upgrade the quality of education and remove Nigeria from the list of underdeveloped countries.

The politicians will think they are smart when they come giving you gifts, please collect but do not fail to ask them for their written manifestoes which is something we can hold them accountable to perform in line with their campaign promises.

The political analyst said these politicians have taken Nigerians for a ride for far too long and that is because Nigerians have always been complacent about government activities but with this “#Not too young to rule generation and the #SoroSoke youth that we have in the country, it would seem that things are about to take a different turn when it comes to governance.

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He also suggested that Nigerians can collect gifts and cash when politicians come around with it but do not lose their senses because they turn around and punish you after they get into the office for the next four years and you will not be able to access them.

They will enslave you and make sure you continue in poverty even when your has enough resources to go around and can afford Nigerians the opportunity to live like kings and princes

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