Vice President Yemi Osinbajo (SAN) has urged the people of Oke-Ogun, Oyo State, to vote for President Muhammadu Buhari in next month’s election.
He said the President needed another four years to consolidate on his achievements and reposition the country for excellence.
The vice-president spoke on the achievements of the administration during his visits to Igbeti, Igboho, Kisi and Saki, where he was received by huge crowds of party members and supporters.
Oke-Ogun consists of big agrarian towns and communities. They are mostly border towns with Republic of Benin and Togo.
Osinbajo said President Buhari had served the country with fidelity, forthrightness and sincerity, adding that his programmes were targeted at the poor.
He said: “All the social investment programmes of the Buhari administration was to empower the common man and the poor.”
At Igbeti, where the vice-president led a street rally, he explained that the TraderMoni, MarketMoni and the N-Power programmes were designed to liberate the masses from poverty.
He stressed: “The TraderMoni is to empower the small, small traders, it is not for big business. Those in big businesses have their own, which is called the MarketMoni. We want to reach every village so that the people here will also benefit from this government; all of us will be going up, up, up.”
Osinbajo said the Federal Government will continue to encourage hard work by assisting artisans with money to enhance their businesses.
He added: “Even those who are not graduates, but can read and write will be given a stipend monthly like those in the N-Power programme.”
Osinbajo, who joined the crowd in singing a special campaign song composed in Yoruba, urged the people to vote wisely.
He said Oke-Ogun voters will benefit from voting credible leaders who use the nation’s God-given resources for the benefit of the poor.
He said voting for leaders who will steal people’s money and compound their poverty is not a right step in the right direction.
Culled from: The Nation