2019: Ademola emerges NCMP presidential candidate, vows to reposition Nigeria

Posted by Mayowa Okekale, Abuja | 7 October 2018 | 1,613 times

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The major aspirant in the presidential race under the platform of Nigeria Community Movement Party (NCMP) for the 2019 general elections has emerged the flag bearer of the party and promised to reposition the country, if elected.

He made the promise on Saturday in Gwarinpa, Abuja, during the party’s national convention.

The presidential aspirant who hails from Oyo state is the current Managing Director, Ephraim International Investment Ltd.

He is also a former president of the Student Union Government (SUG) of the Polytechnic, Ibadan.

Ademola said that his team had been working and strategising for the past nine years on the best way to tackle the challenges facing the country.

According to him, “For the past nine years, we have been working, planning, strategising and observing the enormous challenges, constraints, evil facing our land, people and our institutions.

“Nigeria as a land is one of the most blessed countries in the world; every state in Nigeria is very rich with natural and mineral resources.

“As at today, Nigeria as a land is weeping and crying for the way it has been misused, destroyed, vandalised and shattered. It was not so from the beginning.”

The NCMP Presidential Candidate called on all Nigerians to rise and participate in the democratic process of the country, adding that Nigerians were the ones to solve the problems of the country.

“When you make passionate and deliberate efforts with absolute determination to create a corrupt free system in our institutions, you can then say you have tackled corruption.

“NCMP will tackle corruption, we are determined to tackle corruption at all levels,” he said.

Ademola added that corruption could only be tackled effectively when the welfare of Nigerians were really met, adding that this would discourage the citizenry from engaging in such acts.

 


Source: News Express

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