2023: Use your votes to change current situation – Ladoja counsels Nigerians
Mrs. Mutiat Olayinka Ladoja, wife of a former Governor of Oyo State, Rasidi Adewolu Ladoja has enjoined Nigerians to use their votes to change the current situation in the country for the better.
The former first lady in Oyo State made this disclosure while addressing journalists on Thursday.
DAILY POST reports that many citizens of the country have been facing a series of hardships occasioned by scarcity of naira notes and petroleum in the last few weeks.
Ladoja has, however, counselled Nigerians to use the opportunity they have to vote for credible candidates that will change the country for the better on Saturday.
The former first lady while advising Nigerians ahead of Saturday’s presidential election lamented the current situation in the country.
She said the only way out of the current situation is for the electorate to vote for a candidate that will reduce the suffering of the masses on Saturday.
Ladoja also said she was not satisfied with the level of women’s participation in governance.
She said, “We should ensure a free, credible and fair election. We should make sure that the system works. Let everyone use the 2023 election to change the current situation for the better.
“I will advise everyone to go out. There is nothing to fight on. We don’t have to fight each other. There is nothing prayer cannot do. Let us make Nigeria work.
“I want us to pray and vote for whoever that they think can solve the problem, someone that can reduce the suffering of the masses, because, with what is on ground, we are in a big dilemma.
“People should vote for people who they think can solve the problem. If it is Atiku, let them vote for him, if it is Obi, let them vote for him because people are suffering. All of us are in the same shoe, we buy things in the same market.
“I am not satisfied with the level of women’s participation in governance. We don’t even have up to 10 per cent. Let our men be considerate. They are not supporting us. It is the men that are cheating us”.
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