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2019: Ex-presidential aspirant drums support for Tope Fasua

A former presidential aspirant and founder of a consulting firm, Liberty Approach & Allied Consults (LAAC) Chris Emejuru, has called on Nigerians to support the aspiration of the presidential candidate of Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party (ANRP) candidate, Tope Kolade Fasua, in the 2019 general election.

Emejuru, who had left the All Progressives Congress (APC) for the ANRP over what he described as ‘non-friendly youth policy of the ruling party’, said it is time Nigerians see reasons not to vote again for either the APC or PDP.

Speaking with journalists in Abuja on Thursday, the young Nigerian politician based in the United States of America (USA) said he had taken his time to study all those contesting the 2019 presidential election and their manifesto but decided to support Fasua because of his competency, program and his love for the Nigeria”.

He said: “Since I have stepped down as aspirant for the 2019 Presidential race, I have had time to observe the many individuals who have decided to take up the mantle as Presidential flag bearers of their respective parties.

“The APC and PDP, usual suspects, who have entrenched the political system with alleged assaults of god father’s, vote buying, and manipulation of votes have proven once again that by example, neither party nor candidate is fit to lead this Nation”.

According to Emejuru, by voting either President Buhari of APC or Alhaji Atiku Abubakar of PDP, it will amount to recycling old politicians.

“We have a choice now in Tope Fasua of ANRP. We must not vote for a party because of tribalism, ethnicity or religion. We must now vote in someone with a conscience an alternative to the status quo, alternative to poverty and hopelessness.

“This is why I endorse Tope Kolade Fasua of the Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party as an ideal political movement for a better Nigeria and a prosperous future for every Nigerian”, he said.

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