- An APC chief and former presidential candidate, Gbenga Olawepo-Hashim, has urged Nigerians to prevent a partition in Nigeria
- Olawepo-Hashim urged people to make their decision known through voting and not allow religion to set fire to the country task ahead of them next year
A chief and former All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Gbenga Olawepo-Hashim, has urged Nigerians must not allow religion to further divide the country.
Olawepo-Hashim said in a statement from his media office on Tuesday, July 12, as Vanguard reported, that the aspirations of one individual are not worth disrupting Nigeria’s unity and peace.
Put your vote out as a poll – APC -Leader tells Nigerians
He assured that while we all have the right to express our opinions, it is important to avoid comments that jeopardize the achievement of our national integration.
“Leave our decisions alone make and express such decisions with our votes,” said Olawepo Hashim.
Political parties should prepare for the consequences of their decision in the election – Olawepo-Hashim
The former presidential hopeful explained that political parties that care less about nationality and take part of the country’s population for granted must be prepared to face the consequences of the electorate during the election.
He reminded Nigerians that the country is democratic and that any anger towards the polling station should be vented.
he stressed that this is for any political party at the Time to work hard towards the 2023 general election and make sure they maintain good relations with voters during the campaign.
Those who bought delegates should prepare for big tasks
He claimed that those who delegate both during the primaries must be prepared for a difficult task to buy the 40 million potential voters expected to vote next year.< /p>
The politician claimed that the loyalists of all parties love Nigeria and must ensure their parties make the right decision.
He said it was cheapest to buy out the delegates while noting that the general election was a different ball game.
President Buhari must live up to expectations – APC leader
“National security is a on the game; nothing will happen,” he said.
He then urged President Muhammadu Buhari to meet expectations and ensure next year’s elections are free and fair.
According to him, “It is time that our elections were the true measure of the will of our people; This is the only way democracy can deliver results!”
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Olawepo-Hashim took office in 2019, moving from the Peoples Trust party to the party over the ruling All Progressives Congress.
The former presidential candidate was recognized as one of the few Nigerian leaders with a strong political Background described.