March 20, 2023



Cash politics risk to 2023 common elections – SDP VP candidate 

The Social Democratic Occasion (SDP) has raised alarm over risk of cash politics to this 12 months’s common elections within the nation.

SDP Vice Presidential candidate,  Engr Yusuf Salisu Buhari who raised the alarm in Ibadan on Monday declared that the brand new development of cash politics can’t take Nigerians out of current challenges.

Engr Buhari identified that the time had come for Nigerians, significantly, the citizens to shun cash politics in the course of the forthcoming common elections, 

“Nigeria is presently going through a whole lot of crises which will be stopped by visionary, patriotic, simply and decided management”, and that Nigeria politics will likely be decided by the individuals who have probably the most cash, not by those that can supply the very best if we proceed to play cash politics.

“Allow us to be clear: this election will not be first about defeating different opposing events. This election is past politics. It’s about who we’re as a rustic and the way we undertaking the picture of who we’re to the remainder of the world. I would be the first to confess that lately, there have been many moments when I’ve actually anxious about our future”, he mentioned.

He added, “the progress or success that we should goal for as an individual, can be a direct consequence of self-accountability and self-discipline. If we proceed to play cash politics, then our politics will likely be decided by the individuals who have probably the most cash, not by those that can supply the very best.

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“These are important parts for bringing sanity and performance to any system, in addition to defining a accountable citizenry. We should resolve to halt and reverse this development of failure. It’s time to begin strolling the trail that may lead this nation to success and prosperity. And even when for nothing else, allow us to do it for our kids. Our options and our future, are adequately in our palms.”

Emphasising that “the duty forward requires governance with full consciousness of our variations in order that we are able to absolutely harness and make the most of the potential of those variations with justice, he mentioned Nigerians to elect the Presidential candidate of the occasion, Prince Adewole Adebayo and different candidates of the occasion as a way to take Nigerians out of the current challenges.

“We’re reeling from the worst of an unmitigated disaster. We’re experiencing an ethical reckoning with impunity and systemic injustices. Our Nigeria has come to a really unhappy place in its historical past.These challenges demand a deliberate turnaround beneath the cautious and agency steerage of a visionary, patriotic, simply and decided management” .