Yoruba Group Berate Fashola On Power Shift To Southwest In 2023 | The Precision


The attention of the Yoruba Youth Council (YYC), The Apex umbrella body of Yoruba youths has been drawn to a vague promise by a former Governor of Lagos State and current minister of works, power and housing, Mr Babatunde Raji Fashola during the special town hall meeting organised by the ministry of information and culture and the national orientation agency recently, advising Yoruba’s especially the youths to vote for the incumbent president Mr Muhammad Buhari in the 2019 election so as to enable power shift to the south west in 2023.
We observe with consternation that Mr Fashola, who is a beneficiary of the social economic crisis which the ruling elite has plunged the Nigerian youths could start serving as an adviser at this critical period if our nation’s existence.
Having been a beneficiary of Democratic rule since 1999, we will not forget the level of corruption perpetrated by the minister when he was governor of Lagos state as leaked by his predecessor, Governor Akinwunmi Ambode on assumption to office.


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Yoruba youths also remember with consternation, the statements credited to Mr Fashola that Nigeria’s power problems could be fixed in six months, three years of his reign has the minister in charge of power has not solved our perennial power problems.
We want him and his likes who are feeding Nigerians with propaganda from the seat if power to know that the youths have learnt from history and will strive hard not to repeat the mistakes of the past in our resolve to revamp the economy of Nigeria.
The same presidency Mr Fashola is promising Yoruba youth in 2023 is what the current minister of Labour and Productivity, Chris Ngige promised the South Easterners. Another attempt to perpetrate the ethnic division of the country?
We want to say expressly that nothing can stop our collective resolve to ensure the restructuring of Nigeria in order to find solutions to myriads of problems facing our country.

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The next election is around the corner but it’s implications will determine the continued existence of Nigeria.
We again call on Presidential aspirants who are committed to the 
restructuring agenda to show commitment by signing an agreements documents to ensure restructuring of Nigeria within six months of their assumption to office.
Time has come to protect our future and the youths shall do all we can to decide the fate of 2019 election without leaving a stone
Comrade Eric Oluwole (National President)
Comrade Adeola Aderibigbe (National Publicity Secretary)

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