PDP Will Give Nigerians The Real Change In 2023 – Olujimi
The Senator representing Ekiti South Senatorial District, Mrs. Biodun Olujimi has urged Nigerians to vote across board for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in 2023.
The lawmaker submitted that the PDP is the party capable of bringing the real change Nigerians want.
She observed that the All Progressives Congress (APC) has plunged the country into economic, security, and other challenges but the situation can be reversed by voting for the PDP.
Olujimi added that the horizon is bright for the PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar to cruise to victory at the polls.
Naija News reports she stated this in Ado Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital during a party organized for the PDP members to celebrate the chieftaincy title conferred on her.
She said “For the PDP and our presidential candidate, the horizon is very bright for us. Nigerians are yearning for a meaningful change and that meaningful change is PDP. We know how to turn things around and by the grace of God, Alhaji Atiku will win the next election.”
I’ll Defeat Adaramodu
Olujimi also expressed confidence about defeating her main challenger, Hon Yemi Adaramodu of the APC in a bid to return to the legislative chambers.
She boasted that the people have always supported her to represent them and this time won’t be an exception, adding that the people of her constituency do not want a new person.
She stated that: “Ogotun Ekiti has always been a home for me. They have been standing by me and for me throughout my political career. I have also been contributing my quota to the development of the town. It is in reciprocation of that contribution that they honoured me on Saturday.
“And to whom much is given, much is expected. I will continue to serve our people better and better than they have got. We are even happy that what we have been able to do was being appreciated and we are relying on this to win the coming election.”
“I am not daunted at all. I have contested twice in the six local governments. I know Hon Adaramodu quite well. He is a politician we know ourselves. But he had only contested in three of the six council areas in this district, so we are confident that we will make it.
“Our being optimistic that we will make it is not for anything, but we have done so much for our people. They want continuity. They don’t need a new person”.