Coalition Of Registered Political Parties Direct Members To Vote Tinubu, Daniel

Few hours to the conduct of the presidential and National Assembly (NASS) elections, the Ogun State chapter of Coalition of Registered Political Parties on Friday endorsed the presidential candidate of All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu, as well as the Ogun East Senatorial candidate, Gbenga Daniel.

The group, while addressing newsmen in Abeokuta, Ogun State capital, said its decision to support the two candidates was based on their track records in the nation’s polity.

Speaking at a press conference in Abeokuta, chairman of the group, Comrade Wale Bamgboye, who listed members of the coalition to include: Zenith Labour Party ( ZLP), Action Alliance (AA), African Democratic Congress (ADC), Action Democratic Party (ADP) and Boot party, said the group was convinced that it was only Tinubu that could bring the needed socioeconomic development the country required.

The coordinator stated that the political parties had decided to work together to ensure victory for Tinubu and Daniel in the election.

“At this critical period, Nigeria needs a personality that is prepared to dispassionately look at the challenge confronting the country and be ready to take bold even if uncomfortable decisions to steer Nigeria away from the precipice and this man is Bola Tinubu. He has requisite qualities to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari.

“Tinubu, with his experience in politics will deepen our democracy and should be supported”.

The current situation needs bold and imaginative political and constitutional reforms “to enable every Nigerian to partake in safety, and in equity in the wealth and peace of Nigeria.

“There is need for a patriotic, experienced, competent and non-tribalistic manager,” to preside over a complex country like Nigeria.

Bamgboye urged all Yoruba sons and daughters as well as other Nigerians to take advantage of the assurances of the electoral agency and go out massively to vote for candidates of their choice.

He added that all Nigerians should forsake ethnicity and religious differences and focus on the experience, competence and capacity of the candidates before voting.

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