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APC Admonishes Nigerians to support Buhari’s Corruption Fight



Nigerians have been admonished to show their support for the efforts made by President Muhammadu Buhari‘s to rid the country of the menace of corruption pervading the country.

Mr. Olukayode Ehinlanwo, a chieftain of the All Progressive Congress (APC) made this appeal while declaring his interest to represent Ilaje/Ese-Odo federal constituency for the 2019 election held at Igbekebo,headquarters of Ese-Odo local government of Ondo state.

He stated that the country has benefited from the ideology of change promoted by APC, as the country is reaping the benefit, organizationally and infrastructural.

He said ”a lot of ground can be regained if we re-strategise our focus, more so with the various opportunities abound for the benefits of our people”.

Ehinlanwo said the urge to the tap from these multi-farious opportunities the primary objective while he declared his intention to serve his people.

He added that the people would only reap the benefit of democracy in government if they vote APC into power.

He noted that the fight against corruption and insurgency were on course,stressing that economic revival, prudent and transparent management of our nation ‘economy and compassion for the social welfare of the people would transform the country.

He said ”there is a need to compliment all these efforts and we can only do this by electing people with genuine understanding of what an effective and robust representation is.

“A representation hinged on diligence, transparency and accountability.These efforts can also gather immeasurable momentum if we give full support to President Buhari’s re-election in 2019”.

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