Don’t Take Revenge On the Society, Vote Out Bad Leaders, Okoli, LP chieftain Begs Youths
Chief Rommy Okoli, a chieftain of the Labour Party (LP) in Anambra has called on youths not to take revenge on the society by taking to crime but rather use their voting power to sack incompetent leadership at all levels.
Okoli made the plea in his message to Nigerians on his 60th birthday on Sunday.
He prayed God to forgive the misdeeds of Nigerians and make the country great again and urged Nigerians to work towards a united and prosperous country
Okoli, a former executive chairman of Nnewi South Local Government Area and good governance advocate urged commended youths for their renewed interest in the leadership recruitment process and called on them to vote LP,s Peter Obi-Yusuf Datti ticket as the PDP and APC have done their best which hevsaid was not good enough.
“I call on youths to take back their country and punish APC and its twin brother PDP with their votes instead of venting their anger on the society by way of crime and insecurity.
“We have suffered enough in Nigeria, bad leadership has endangered the future of our children, our common patrimony has been misused.
“The 2023 general election is another opportunity for us to correct the error, so, let us shun religion and ethnicity and vote, Obi-Datti ticket of the LP. They will rescue and rebuild Nigeria economically and security wise,” he said.
He said Nigeria was one of the most richly endowed countries on earth where citizens should enjoy the best things in life but lamented that the leadership deficit had been her bane.
According to him, on this occasion of my 60th birthday anniversary today, I want to thank God for life but it has not been easy. With a more secure and prosperous society, life expectancy can be longer.
“So, I plead with the Almighty God to please be merciful, forgive our sins and grant us freedom from our oppressors because the hardship we face everyday in Nigeria is unbearable.
“May God arise and come to our rescue for the benefit of our future and humanity,” he said.