“2023 polls: Saraki’s Presidency’ll benefit Ondo State”
Former Senate President and presidential Aspirant of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, Dr. Bukola Saraki, has declared that he represents a major factor that can unify Nigeria and find solutions to various challenges facing the nation if elected in 2023.
He also told party delegates in Ondo State to vote for him at the party’s presidential primaries because of his affinity with the state.
Saraki who reminded Ondo delegates that his mother hails from Owo while his wife hails from Ondo town, said the state would benefit from his presidency.
The former Kwara State Governor described the All Progressives Congress led government as being dishonest in all sectors of the country’s economy, saying all sectors have crashed under the APC administration in the country.
Represented by a former National Chairman of the PDP, Alhaji Abubakar Baraje, Dr. Saraki said he was the first person to raise alarm over the oil subsidy scam when he was in the Senate.
He lamented that payment of oil subsidy had tripled under the APC led administration.
According to him, “We are here because Ondo State is our biggest masquerades. We know Ondo State is for Bukola Saraki. There is no where we have been to that the delegates will not say Saraki is the best aspirants of them all.
“Your son is the answer to Nigeria problems. He has the audacity to do what is right. We want you to ensure 100 percent of the delegates in Ondo State do the needful and vote for Saraki.
“He will be able to deliver on promises. He performed creditably well as Senate President and has remained the best Senate President in our recent history,” Baraje noted.
State Chairman of the Ondo PDP, Hon Adams Fatai, who described Saraki as a son of Ondo State, said delegates from the state has no reason not to support him.
“He proved what separation of powers means. He is a bridge builder which was why he succeeded as Senate President. We will never abandon him. Nigeria is bleeding. We need people that can fix the country,” Adams said.