2023: I don’t have to induce delegates to vote for me, says Ohuabunwa

A presidential aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Mazi Sam Ohuabunwa, has said he would not need to induce any of the delegates to vote for him in the forth coming special congress of the party.

Ohuabunwa, who spoke with Journalists in Umuahia, Abia State capital, shortly after an interactive session with the party members in the State, said he joined the presidential race to offer a selfless service to the nation.

He pointed out that although money is important to service logistics during the congress, it should not be used to induce people while soliciting their support.

The technocrat said: “I will not induce anybody in this country. I will preach my message and let you and conscience to decide on what to do because I’m not seeking anything for myself.

“I’m coming to sacrifice myself, my comfort, my resources for the good of my country. So I don’t need to induce people to enable me make that sacrifice, otherwise it would mean that I’m looking for something else.”

The presidential hopeful maintained that birthing a new Nigeria is not an uphill task to him, rather it is the easiest thing to do.

Ohuabunwa, the immediate past president of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN), expressed the hope that Nigerians looking for a leader who will turn around their story and experience will vote for him to become the next president.

He said: “I believe that Nigerians are becoming wiser. Having gone round the country to talk to people, they are beginning to say we need somebody who has the right ideology, thinking, intelligence, vision competency, character and courage.

“That is what I hear Nigerians saying, and money may not play all the roles in the 2023 presidential election,” he insisted.

– Media Report

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