VICTOR ALEWO ADOJI APPRECIATES KOGI EASTERNERS FOR A MASSIVE TURNOUT DURING DECLARATION

  As the country approaches another leadership transition era, prospecting candidates, in line with constitutional requirements, are beggin...

 

As the country approaches another leadership transition era, prospecting candidates, in line with constitutional requirements, are beggining to pitch tenth with electorates for intention to represent them in various offices. One of the candidates who had fulfilled that obligation is a global economic expert, unionist and a former banker, Dr Victor Adoji. He, on Thursday the 27th of January 2022, appeared before the good people of Igala/Bassa Federal constituency as well as his party, the People's Democratic Party PDP to declare intentions to represent them at the forthcoming 10th assembly (the senate) come 2023.

Recalled that DVAA (as he is called by his supporters), contested for the same post on the platform of ADC in the 2019 general election where he pulled a total of 131,171 votes in less than four months.

The former Zenith bank management staff also known for his "social Contract" manifestos officially declared to contest in the forthcoming general elections. The event, contrary to what many envisioned to be done quietly pulled out mammoth crowds as men, women, youth and various party leaders across the district came out en-masse to show solidarity with the mandate.

Dr. Victor Adoji during his declaration speeches both at the ward and Zonal levels stated that "one Key to changing the current ineffectiveness is to make and implement the right policies and law that would inadvertently make the system works. He larment huge debts the country has incured and its lethal effects on the generations unborn and admitted that, though he is not perfect, if elected, he will beat expectations. The event was a huge success, especially as Kogi East central city Anyigba was shot down Thursday afternoon in commemorations.

However, one notable thing at the event was an aging woman who came out to make a contribution of One hundred Naira (in fifty Naira denominations) to the success of his election. According to her, the people believed in him and have found a future they could not secure for their children in him. She wishes that DVAA stands tall to reshape the trend.

Meanwhile, he has also expressed a profound gratitude for the overwhelming turnout of the people during the declaration ceremony.

His words "APPRECIATION 

On Thursday (27/01/2022), I formally declared my intention to represent the wonderful and enterprising people of Kog-East (which includes non-Igala/Bassa people resident within our geography) in the 10th Senate.

I am unable to fathom the raison d'etre behind the tumultuous turnout and should therefore logically infer that, the citizens are tired of excuses and 'desperately' desire a way out of the woods/doldrums.


Words are inadequate to convey my deep appreciation and huge debt of gratitude. But, I assure you that I got your message(s) and further reaffirm my commitment to being the BRIGDE between the youths and the aged, the bridge between exclusion of our people and their inclusion in project Nigeria, the bridge between pro-poor policies and populist policies, the bridge between the led and the leaders and the bridge between failed/failing poverty reduction interventions and wealth creation initiatives.

And best aspect of all that transpired: At one of the intent declaration ceremonies, I got the two Fifty Naira (N100) notes (pictured) from an aged woman as her contribution to achieving my/our representation desire. This for me is as much the best contribution-ever as it is indicative of the veracity and acceptability of our interventionist clamor as a people under the auspices of our great Party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). While it is not meant to derogate the non-pecuniary contributions of the thousands that trooped out, these Naira notes are for me a collectors' item indeed.

That said, I must once more register sincere and deep-seated gratitude to everyone for such an unusual support which mildly implies an indication of bigger things to come.


JOHN PAUL.

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