- The presidential candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), Adebayo Adewole uttered, issued an eye-catching statement
- During an interview on Channels TV, he said accused the Labour Party of being a branch of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)
- He said both parties are the same while revealing that his party tried to merge with the Labour Party
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FCT, Abuja - Adebayo Adewole, the presidential candidate Social Democratic Party (SDP), says the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the Labor Party (LP) are alike and not different from each other.
Adewole stated this on Thursday, December 8, during an interview on Channels TV’s breakfast show, ‘Sunrise Daily.’
While at the program, he revealed that SDP had earlier pushed for a merger with the Labour Party.
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“Labour Party is now a branch of the PDP. We wanted to merge with the PRP and Labour Party when it was Labour Party.”
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Adewole further revealed that his administration would annihilate poverty among citizens if elected into office.
He boasted that hunger and the lack of basic needs are the main reason for poverty and, if handled diligently, will lead to eradicating poverty.
“We can abolish poverty within two budgets.
“Why are people poor? People are not poor because they don’t have billions in their accounts. People are poor because when they wake up in the morning, they can’t have good food or food at all.
“They don’t have good housing or access to medical care and education. Tell, me which of these components cannot be made available in two years?”
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Meanwhile, Nigerians across the globe have been assured that the 2023 general elections will be free, fair, and credible for all.
President Buhari said that his administration has succeeded in making it difficult to rig elections in Nigeria unlike what it use to be in the past.