ACN, Nigeria's Political Hope


Chief Enock Kolapomoye Ajiboso, a chieftain of the Action Congress of Nigeria, ACN and former  Commissioner for Agriculture and Cooperatives has specified that the ACN is the political hope of  Nigerians.

Ajiboso said this during an interview with political platform, while inspecting some registration  centres in his domain recently.

Describing himself as an unrepentant believer of ACN and the Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babatunde Raji  Fashola, he  said, “From what we have seen so far, the party, ACN is the political hope of Nigeria who  had for long been starved of good governance in the real sense of it.

“This is why I want us not only to vote for Fashola, but that Nigerians must draw a cue from the ACN  example that is fast spreading across the country,” he said.

The two term chairman of the old Agege Local Government, while admonishing prospective voters to treat  their cards with utmost care, enjoined them to ensure that they vote for the ACN during the April  polls.

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“One major mistake that most Nigerians have been making over the years is that they never realized how  potent the voter card is in making and unmaking a leader.  Hence, after registering, they do not treat  their cards without care only to be searching for them on the day of the election.

It is time for people to realise the undeniable fact that with their voter cards, they have the weapon  to choose the leaders of their choice and with the same card, they can say ‘we have had enough of you’

This is why I enjoin every eligible Nigerian to go out not minding the pains, to participate in the  exercise before the curtain falls on it, in order to be part of the current effort to consolidate  democratic rule in the country,” he averred.

He described as exaggerated, fears in some quarters over the coming April elections based on their  perceived inherent irregularities in the current registration exercise.

“I’m a positive thinker, so, I believe that we are going to have a smooth poll in April. Yes there  must be some shortcomings in the registration exercise, but we must realise the fact that those behind  INEC are human being who are not perfect. We must believe in the exercise and do our own part very w  ell,” he said.