Yoruba group urges electorate to vote Adebayo, SDP candidate as Nigeria’s president

From Taofeek Surdiq, Ado-Ekiti 

A pan-Yoruba socio-cultural group, the Defense for Yoruba People’s Right (DYPR) has reiterated its readiness to canvass votes for the presidential candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), Prince Adewole Adebayo, and ensure his success during election.

The group also described the SDP presidential candidate as the most qualified candidate among all the contestants and posses the best credentials for the exalted office of the President of Nigeria.

The DYPR in a statement in Akure, the capital of Ondo State, signed by its National President, Otunba Muyideen Olamoyegun, described the SDP candidate as an astute politician with competence, capability and good character.

The group urged Nigerians to vote enmass for the SDP flagbearer, assuring that if elected as President of Nigeria, he would transform the country and tackle the menace of insecurity which is currently ravaging some parts of the nation.

According to the statement: “Prince Adewole’s manifesto has spoken for him. It has encapsulated the needs of Nigerians and has expressively stated an efficient and effective solutions to meet the needs of and reposition the country and ensure the equal distributions of wealth to all regions in the country.

“We have confidence in his leadership style, he would transform and correct the mistake of the present administration, that is why we are canvassing for votes for him, apart from this, he is the most qualified among all the candidates.”

The Yoruba group, promised that the SDP presidential flagbearer if elected would tackle electricity challenges currently facing some parts of the country, saying the move would allow the artisans, market men and women, small and medium entrepreneurs have access to electricity to do their legitimate businesses.

The group disclosed that it will continue to mobilse its members across the southwest region of the country to embark on what it called aggresive campaigns for the the SDP candidate, and ensure his success during the February 25 presidential election.

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