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2023 Election is not on the Basis of Structure – Gbagi

2023 Election is not on the Basis of Structure – Gbagi

Election in Nigeria has at different times evolved, taking cognizance of 2015 election that brought about the use of new media in election process and a paradigm shift from old to new, now the 2023 elections is obviously shifting from a force field tight structure to zero structure because the people are now more aware and want to participate in the election process.

Taking cognizance of this, the Delta state SDP gubernatorial candidate, Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi, has reinforced a concrete fact that “The election we are going to hold in 2023 is not on the basis of structure, market women will vote they don’t have any structure, also churches, teachers, it’s an election where you are supposed to pick someone you believe will guarantee the future of your pregnancy, the future of your state, the future of your children”

He made these statements at his country home in Ughelli South while speaking to journalists on his roadmap to clinching the victory at the up coming pools.

Speaking further Gbagi hinted that “this is the first time in my life I’ll ever run for any elections, this is the first time I’ll be at the ballot”, so “if you want you will finish the state even more it’s your business, if you want who will better the state it’s your business, so long you will not complain after 29th of may after receiving a packet of Maggi just to sell your birthright.”

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While speaking on the presidential elections he hinted that “if you do not support the shift of power from north to south, your children will die slaves. Anyone who does anything to twarth that effort to bring power to South, will have themselves to blame.

“I will support a presidential candidate from the south, as we speak today they are 3 presidential candidates from the south, Adebayo from ondo state, a vibrant lawyer, you have my friend, Peter Obi, and if you are my friend, then you should vote for SDP.”

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