The All Progressives Congress, APC, governorship candidate in Kwara State, Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq, has faulted the current political structure in the state.
Abdulrazaq said the current “political model controlled by the Senate President, Bukola Saraki was stifling development and impoverishing” people of this state.
Speaking yesterday in Lagos, Abdulrazaq challenged the Saraki dynasty to showcase what they achieved in the last 16 years rather than the “current intimidation, name-calling and the doling out of money to the electorate.”
He said: “It has no answer to the challenges faced by our people. Nothing is happening anywhere in terms of development.”
He said the authorities in Kwara were using state machinery to intimidate the APC and prevent it from campaigning.
“Those who have been there in the last 16 years did not do anything; we have not seen what they have done. As a result, they have nothing to campaign with. That is why they are preventing us from campaigning too.
“They are arming our youths, who are destroying our billboards and attacking us everywhere we go.
“They say they have banned campaigns in Kwara State. But we would not be intimidated. As the Yoruba say, O To Ge! (enough is enough). We will continue to campaign,” he said.
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