Presidential Candidate Leaks Top Secret, Reveals How He'll Tackle Insecurity, Other Challenges

Presidential Candidate Leaks Top Secret, Reveals How He'll Tackle Insecurity, Other Challenges

  • Nigerians have been assured of total commitment to good governance and service to the people as the 2023 election draws near
  • The assurance was handed to Nigerians across the globe by the 2023 presidential candidate for Accord Party
  • According to Christopher Imumolen, Nigerians must resist the urge to vote in line with religion, tribe or party affiliation

The 2023 presidential candidate for the Accord Party, Christopher Imumolen has said that his administration, should he emerge victorious in the 2023 election, will not tolerate any form of criminality.

Blaming the lack of good governance for the challenges bedevilling the nation, the 2023 presidential candidate while appreciating Nigerians and well-wishers for their congratulatory messages during his birthday, promised to work towards restoring the soul of Nigeria.

Christopher Imumolen, Accord Party, 2023 presidentila election, politics in Nigeria.
Professor Imumolen has promised never to let Nigerians down as a president come 2023. Photo: Accord Party
Source: Facebook

Imumolen said that the love showered on him recently by Nigerians has just increased his confidence and unflinching trust in the people.

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He noted that it has always been clear to him from the start that with the support of the masses, victory is sure in his 2023 presidential ambition.

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The presidential hopeful said:

"I am one of the present presidential gladiators due to my belief that leadership should grow rather than diminish, build rather than deplore, create rather than destroy, make rather than a mar, progress rather than retrogress.
"While not particularly blaming any particular person for the sorry state of our state, I am strongly unhappy that consciously, we refused to pursue the establishment of a system that would have become an unshakable democratic culture that revolves on the pivots of good governance, accountability, equitable resource allocation, statesmanship/patriotism values and unbreakable national integration.
"On this ideology and resolve to sacrificially volunteer as a young patriot for the fight against the enemies of our fledgling democracy I am going about this mission, and I look up to none others than God and the good people of Nigeria for my victory."

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What electorate should hold dear in the forthcoming election

Further speaking on the forthcoming poll, Imumolen urged Nigerians to shun violence, tribalism or voting for religion or socio-political alliances in the 2023 election.

He said

"I am also imploring us all to reject negative inducements that will only help a few elites and their goons to sustain the poverty, pain and gross disregard for the citizens as presently is the order in this indescribable administration."

Abducted DPO begs for mercy as family, colleagues fail to raise ransom for his release

A divisional police officer who was abducted by bandits in Kaduna pleaded for mercy and intensified efforts for his release.

The DPO said he is being held in chains by his captives who have demanded N250 million before he can be released.

According to one of his brothers, the family of the abducted DPO had raised N5 million but the kidnappers said the money is only for food.

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IGP reacts to claim that 2023 general elections will not take place in some parts of Nigeria

Fear that the 2023 presidential elections might not hold in some locations due to security threats had been dispelled by the Inspector General of Police.

The IGP said that a robust analysis of the security situation has shown that elections would take place in 2023.

According to the IGP, there have been discussions on the importance of cascading Nigeria's election security management training ahead of 2023.


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