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Election: Shun divisive tendencies for better nation, Salvador tells Nigerians

Shun divisive tendencies for better nation, Salvador tells Nigerians

The Labour Party (LP) Senatorial candidate in Lagos West, Hon. Moshood Salvador, has urged Nigerians to shun divisive tendencies ahead of the forthcoming.

Salvador, a former Lagos State PDP Chairman, made this remark at a meeting with Labour Party Local Government Areas (LGA) Chairmen and Party members in Lagos on Wednesday.

“It will be uncivilised for anybody to be talking of tribe when we are talking about a united Nigeria.

“When they (Nigerian citizens) go to the UK, they are Nigerians. They will act like a responsible citizen of the country but why is it that it I in Nigeria we segregate?

“If we are ready for a better Nigeria we have to zero our minds to such divisive tendency,” Salvador said.

The candidate, who expressed confidence that LP had a very bright fortune in the forthcoming elections, said that the structure of the party remained the youths in the country.

He said that LP was prepared to take Nigerians to the promised land.

Salvage added: “They are saying LP does not have a structure. I was the state chairman of the PDP for several years but because of their ingenuity, corruption and no plan for Nigerian, we left the party.

“When we see a better party with a vision, we add our vision to it to move the nation forward.

“The LP has a structure. These are the LGA chairmen here seated. I addressed the ward chairmen few minutes ago. That is the structure of a political party. Any other structure is fraudulent.”

He said that Nigerians were prepared for the Labour Party in the Feb. 25 and March 11 elections

“Nigerians own LP. Nigerians are the owners of LP. The youth are the owners of LP. Nigerians are the people working for the LP.

“The youth, constituting 67 per cent of the registered voters who are ages between 18 and 35, are the drivers of LP. They are the people working hard to have a better tomorrow.

“We have to start today and not to compromise anything for a better tomorrow. We are very much prepared. LP is prepared to get to the land of promised,” he said.

The candidate urged Nigerians to vote for LP and wait for their votes to be counted and transmitted into the INEC server on election days.

Speaking on the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) new Naira note policy and the attendant controversies, Salvador , who backed the Federal Government’s naira redesign policy, urged Nigerians to endure the pains for a while.

“The government is saying we are going through the new currency regime so that the money bags will not be able to buy votes so that the money bag will not be able to hire thugs to hijack ballot boxes and disrupt the election.

” The public should appreciate what the government is doing.

“The effort of government is to ensure that our votes count although we are suffering for it but we just have to endure the discomfort for at least one month until after the election, the hardship will be a thing of the past,” he said.





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