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2023 Presidency: Sowore Attacks Osinbajo Over Declaration Speech

Omoyele Sowore, a human rights activist, publisher, and politician, has chastised Vice President Yemi Osinbajo for a comment made during his official declaration to run for President in 2023.

He accused the Vice President of disrespecting Nigerians with some of his declaration speech contributions.

After months of keeping Nigerians in the dark, Professor Osinbajo publicly confirmed his desire to run for president in 2023 on Monday, according to Anaedoonline.ng.

2023: Osinbajo Finally Declares For President, Reveals Why He Wants To Run [FULL SPEECH]

In his declaration address, Osinbajo vowed to carry on the work that President Muhammadu Buhari’s government had started.

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“I am today, with utmost humility formally declaring my intention to run for the office of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on the platform of APC,” he had said.

He added in the video of his declaration that “If by the grace of God and the will of the people, I’m given the opportunity, I believe that first we must complete what we have started, radically transforming our security and intelligence architecture, completing the reform of our justice system, focusing on adequate remuneration and welfare of judicial personnel and ensuring justice for all and the observance of the rule of law…”

The submission however didn’t sit well with Sowore who pointed out that the Buhari administration has not recorded any success worthy of being continued.

2023: Ohanaeze Chieftain Questions Osinbajo’s Morality Over Presidential Declaration

He stated that what Nigeria and Nigerians have witnessed under the current government is insecurity, terrorism, lawlessness, and economic disaster which must not be allowed to continue.

“@ProfOsinbajo VP Yemi Osinbajo declaration is the most nauseating set of lies ever packaged! He even said he plans to build on the success of the @mBuhari regime. What an insult? Buhari’s successes are insecurity, terrorism, lawlessness, economic disaster. #WeCantContinueLikeThis,” Sowore wrote on Twitter.

 

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