I will not bribe anybody to vote for me- Ohuabunwa



Ogbonnaya Ikokwu, Umuahia

A presidential aspirant under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Mazi Sam Ohuabunwa, has insisted that he will not bribe any of the delegates in the fort coming special Congress of the party. 

Ohuabunwa, who spoke to our correspondent in Umuahia the 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 in the run up to the Congress, but not the way money is used to bribe people to solicit their support.

 "I will not bribe anybody in this country. I will preach my message and let you and conscience to decide on what to do.

"Because I'm not coming to seek 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 bribe people to do that sacrifice expect I'm looking for something else", he stated.

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

According to him, "If this country was Israel or United Arab Emirates in those days, countries that lives close to deserts and rocks, I will be worried. But we are in a nation that is blessed. One of the most blessed countries in the world. We have all year round agriculture, fair weather sable soil, the earth crust is rich with solid and liquid and gascious minerals. 

"The human capital is Rich , intelligent and strong people who are ready to learn and work,so Nigeria has all that it takes to grow, all it needs is just a leader to harness them to lunch Nigeria's creativity, multivate Nigerians to ultimize all this natural endowments. To create a country that is rich. What we want to do to turn Nigeria into a construction site value adding, so that there will work and productivity"

"We are under developed is because of low productivity, that's why we have poor GDP, poor capital per income, poor purchasing power, low value of our local currency, they are all relative to productivity, the more we can produce and market the more we are able to generate wealth we can then use to sure up our economy". 

Ohuabunwa, who is pharmacist by profession, business man entrepreneur, and industrialists expressed hope that Nigerians are looking for a leader who  will turn around their story and experience will vote for him to become the next president.


"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.

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