2023: Ex-Guber Aspirant Asks Youths to “Punish” APC, PDP the Hard Way

From Omah Ngozi , Awka
Aug 21,2022

Former governorship aspirant in Anambra state on the platform of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, Chief Rommy Okoli, has urged Nigerians especially youths to punish the All Progressives Congress, APC, and the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, for the atrocities they have jointly and severally visited on citizens of Nigeria through their seeming remorseless years of misrule.

Chief Okoli who made the call Sunday at special celebration of his 60th birthday and Thanksgiving, praised God for the grace and privilege of making it very healthy for him to reach sixty, at a time when life expectancy in Nigeria is less than forty.

Speaking at the event which was put together by his children was a surprise, Chief Okoli noted, “My 60th birthday message is that I want the youths to punish the All Progressives Congress, APC, and the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, for destroying the future future and plundering our common patrimony… “

Chief Okoli added that as a matter of fact, the youths have important and strategic role to play in the coming elections in order to reclaim the nation from the hands of persons who do not mean well for them.

The former Anambra state governorship aspirant said, “The time is now, His Excellency Peter Obi and Senator Yusuff Datti Ahmed will rescue and rebuild Nigeria from it’s economic, security, nepotic, vision less despotic regimes of APC and PDP.

“I urge the youths to take back their country and punish APC and it’s twin brother PDP with their votes. We have suffered enough in Nigeria, so I plead with the Almighty God to please be merciful, forgive our sins and grant us freedom from our oppressors.

“The problems, trouble and hardship we face everyday in Nigeria is unbearable. May God arise and come to our rescue for the benefit of our future and humanity.”

Okoli, a former chairman of Nnewi South local goverment area of Anambra State prayed for a united and prosperous nation where good governance, rule of law, fairness, equity will engender development, peace, love and economic emancipation of the citizens.

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