Nigeria’s commonwealth hijacked by cartel, says Delta YPP guber candidate
Niger Delta activist and Delta State governorship candidate of Young Progressives Party (YPP), Sunny Ofehe, has alleged that Nigeria’s commonwealth has been taken over by a cartel.
Speaking during a rally in Ughelli, the Netherland-based activist said he felt sorry for Nigerians for their suffering.
He said: “Whenever I come back to this country, I feel very sorry for Nigeria and for our people because a certain group of persons, a cartel, has taken over your commonwealth. It is time for you to stand up, stretch your hand and reclaim what rightfully belong to you. There is no better time to do this than having an opportunity to vote, through the powers of your PVC on the March 11, 2023.
“If you give me the chance to be your next governor, I want to guarantee you that you will see governance the way you have never seen it before.
“We have a state that God has richly blessed, we have a state that does not have any reason to produce poor people. We have a state that does not have reason to produce people who cannot go to school. We have a state, which does not have any reason to produce people that cannot feed themselves. But unfortunately, some people have decided to play gods in your lives. They have extorted you; they have taken what rightly belongs to you. They’ve left you in penury; they have left you in poverty,” Ofehe said.
He promised to give free medical access to women, particularly the pregnant ones, adding that the free medical access also covers newborn babies up till the age of five, among others.