SDP presidential Candidate Assures to take Nigerians out of poverty if elected

By Hassana Yakubu


The Social Democratic Party,( SDP) presidential candidate Mr Adewole Adebayo has assured Nigeria that if elected into power come 2023, poverty is going be thing of the past.

Adebayo said during a press briefing in kaduna on Saturday saying that this is the last time a politicians will come before you and champaign against poverty,

” We will eradicate poverty the social Democratic party will change the topic when voted in to power”

According to him 30 years,ago Mr MKO was campaigning against poverty and 30 years after we are hear campaigning against poverty that is not good we must make progress”

He expressed optimism that this generation will take the change which is to remove and cure poverty out of the country.

While calling on Nigerians to vote SDP so as to remove poverty once a and for all ” we will put sufficient money in the hands of men and women who have children”

According to him Nigeria is the richest people in the planet and the second highest in poverty,adding that 80 percent of crude oil produce in the country are stolen every month.

While the country loses about 4billion USD and its the loses more on gas.

Adding that the poverty in country were deliberate poverty cause by wickness and carelessness of those in governance.

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