Nigeria @62: Fayoyin urges Nigerians to vote personality, not party - ADC chieftain, Fayoyin tells Nigerians

In celebration of the Nigeria's 62nd independence anniversary, chieftain of the African Democratic Congress, Hon Ezekiel Fayoyin has urged Nigerians to vote capable personalities in the forthcoming general election. 

Fayoyin in a statement he personally signed and made available to newsmen on Saturday said the future of the country is in the hands of electorate, stressing that 2023 election will determine who run the country for another eight years. 

The Ogun State governorship aspirant in the statement urged the residents of the state to do the right thing by upholding democracy on the right path. 

The statement reads in part: "I want to congratulate every citizen of Nigeria especially Ogun State Indigenes as regards celebration of the 62nd Independence Anniversary of our dear Nation. 

"I think this time we should be remembered of what our commitments are to our Nation because we are the ones responsible for the ups and downs of our Nation. And i want to call the  attention of Nigerians globally that the destiny of Nigeria is in our hands collectively. Now that we are preparing and bracing ourselves for the polls coming up next year.

"I want to urge every Ogun State citizen to endeavor to do the right thing to uphold democracy on the right path. Let us vote our conscience and not allow ourselves to be bought by any politician. The future of our Nation is in our hands, so therefore we must ensure we do right thing and be mindful of the coming Generations. 

"I want to wish everyone again Happy Independence and may we have the course to celebrate this independence in a better society where we will happy and bold to call our Country our own because of the great developments that would have happened in the nearest future". 

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