A House of Assembly candidate for Okigwe constituency on the platform of Action Alliance (AA), Adora Oyechere, says instead of having political ideologies, what is obtainable in Nigeria are “political cults”.
Speaking at an event themed “School of Government and Politics” in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, on Thursday, Oyechere said Nigerians should not only be concerned but get involved in the electoral process.
Her words: “I am afraid for the country and what our children will inherit,” Oyechere said.
“Politics is local, if the local governments do not work the centre cannot hold. It is not only on social media, we have to start [inculcating good governance to youths] from the Churches and
“The government will not work until we work it, if they don’t, we shut it out. Nigeria is hanging on the edge,” Oyechere said.
Also speaking, the director-general of Buhari/Osinbajo mandate group, Sani Abdallah, said the votes of Nigerians are beginning to count.
The event was organised by the Nehemiah Apostolic Resource Centre.