DON’T DESPAIR, HELP ON THE WAY, KAWONISE ASSURES OGUN RESIDENTS

Ogun State, governorship candidate of YES Party, Mr Sina Kawonise, has urged Ogun residents not to despair. He spoke against what he described as worsening unemployment, increasing poverty, and heightened insecurity in Nigeria, particularly in the state.In his Christmas celebrations message, Kawonise, encouraged the people to be of good cheers as help is on the way.In the statement signed by Director of SK Media Office, Mr Doyin Owobamirin, Kawonise, congratulated Ogun residents for being alive to witness another Christmas,Kawonise, a former commissioner for Information in Ogun State said: “our people should not despair but live in the great hope that the coming 2019, the election year, when we’ll have the opportunity to elect competent, credible and God-fearing leaders to pilot the affairs of government, will change the narrative of negativities of our lives for the better.”“This season of goodwill presents us an opportunity to reflect on how we got to the current sorry pass where the least qualified among us emerged to bear rule over us. With the opportunity to choose new leaders through our votes, we as a people must look for competent, capable and God-fearing ones among those canvassing for votes to give the mandate of leadership to. “Experience has taught us that those who take advantage of the poverty in the land and induce our people with materials things procured with ill-gotten wealth, turn out to be purveyors of the bad governance that presses our people deeper into poverty, misery and insecurity.”The guber candidate  therefore, enjoined residents of the state to shun vote-selling in the coming elections and choose credible candidates which YES Party presents as its flag-bearers in all the electoral offices.The statement concluded by assuring the people that God has heard the cries of the suffering masses and has raised for them, through YES Party, new crop of leaders who’ll do His will in service delivery to the people and righteousness in the land.

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