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With Jonathan Nigeria’ll go bankrupt in four years — Ambode   


John Bull
@johnbull | Updated 02 Aug. 2018


The governorship candidate of theAll Progressives Congress Mr.Akinwunmi Ambode has saidNigeria will go bankrupt in fouryears if President GoodluckJonathan is allowed to return foranother term.He said since the rulling PeoplesDemocratic Party had ruined thenation’s economy the option leftfor Nigerians was to vote en massefor the APC pointing out thatvictory for the party would ensurefreedom.The candidate spoke on Thursday atthe campaign rally of the party inthe Alimosho Local GovernmentArea of the state.He said “Victory for the PDP inSaturday’s election will lead tofurther bankruptcy of the nation’seconomy. Vote en masse for theAPC. The victory for the party willensure freedom and liberate thecountry.“If we fail to vote and PDP is still ingovernment Nigeria will gobankrupt in the next four years.This election is election of freedomto liberate Nigerians from theshackles of poverty and misrule.”Ambode said the presentgeneration should start thinking of not only themselves but also oftheir children and generations tocome.According to him if Nigerians fail tovote out the presentadministration at the federal level they have ruined the future of theirchildren.He said “Parents should vote outthe PDP for the future of theirchildren. It is not a vote of tribal religious or ethnic sentiments wewant to vote because of theprogress of Nigeria.“If your children ask for what youhave done for the progress ofNigeria you should be able to tellthem how you voted outretrogressive government andreplaced it with a progressive one;we must vote the APC at the federallevel.”Present at the event were the OsunState Governor Rauf Aregbesola Governor Babatunde Fashola ofLagos State his deputy AdejokeOrelope-Adefulire and members ofthe Akinwunmi Ambode Kommitteeof Friends among others.Meanwhile the chairman of theRoad Transport EmployersAssociation of Nigeria in the state Alhaji Musa Mohammed ledmembers of the association todeclare their support for Ambode.Also a leader of the Alliance forDemocracy Dr. Abimbola Ojora andsome members of the Unity Party ofNigeria led by its state Chairman Tunde Osibajo defected to the APC.The RTEAN boss Mohammed saidthe association took the decisionbased on the good performance ofthe APC-led government in thestate.