The presidential candidate of Nigeria Community Movement Party(NCMP), Comrade Babatunde Ademola, on Friday promised to defend Nigeria and Nigerians from all forms of socio-economic problems if voted into power in the February 16 presidential election.
He stated this at the NCMP presidential campaign rally held at Sango motor park, Ibadan.
Babatunde, who is among the youngest presidential candidates in the 2019 election urged the people to free themselves from slavery and end the reigns of established politicians “mortgaging the future of the country”.
“Let us rewrite our history for the sake of our future and children. For many years we have been planning on how to take our country back and take it from people who perpetually enslave us.
“Let us come together and take our country back. The time to take our country back is now,” he said.
While lamenting on the state of economy and security in the country, he said “Our country has no road map; we have a budget that does not depict the number of roads, the number of deaths, the number of births and the number of aged people, to ensure accurate and effective planning.”
Babatunde promised to secure the country and all the states, adding that he will define a process that will guide the future of the country.
He urged the people to troop out en masse on election day and vote for the NCPM to secure their freedom. He also enjoined the people to avoid violence on or before the election day, and vote massively against the established order, saying it was the only way to prevent rigging.
Daniel Ndandok, the Deputy National Chairman (North) of the party, urged the people to stand up for what is right and take their country back. He asked the people to “vote the youngest presidential candidate” in the country for effective leadership and proper policy direction.