SDP Presidential Candidate: Declaration of Assets By Political Candidates Would Promote Democracy

SDP Presidential Candidate: Declaration of Assets By Political Candidates Would Promote Democracy
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Prince Adewole Adebayo, presidential candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), has challenged other presidential candidates in the 2023 general election to publicly declare their assets.

At an event, Prince Adewole Adebayo Adebayo, who made the decoration, stated that open declaration of assets would help promote accountability and transparency.

While urging Nigerians to look beyond the ruling political parties or leaders who have played the ethnic and religious card. “Vote right in 2023, let us change the narratives for once, and put an end to government aberration.”

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“Failure of leadership can best be cured by changing bad rulers since the bad rulers won’t change and can’t change themselves. The 2023 general election is the time to vote out the bad politicians who theatrically lament over problems they caused, and problems they can fix but refuse to fix.” Adebayo said.


Remember that Prince Adebayo condemned the latest report indicating that approximately 108,000 barrels of crude are stolen daily from state-linked production; a development that was corroborated by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), which estimated that Nigeria lost 2.3 million barrels in July alone and 28 million barrels in total from January to July this year, threatening the FG’s N9.37tn oil and gas revenue by the end of the year.

According to the SDP Presidential Candidate, the interests of self-proclaimed political leaders have played a variety of divisive cards, leading us to this point.

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