MKO Abiola’s Son, Kola Abiola Declared Intention to Run for 2023 President
Kola Abiola, the eldest son of late Chief Moshood Kashimawo Abiola, has declared his intention to run for president in 2023 under the People’s Redemption Party platform (PRP).
Kola Abiola declares his intention to run for President.
Kola Abiola, who made the announcement at the PRP National Secretariat on Thursday, expressed concern about the low level of youth participation in politics.
“Today marks my formal return to politics after 27 years,” he said, adding that the PRP was the only party that could provide the youth with such an opportunity to make their voices heard.
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“I returned to politics through the PRP for a variety of reasons. I went back into Nigerian history to find the party that truly represents the country. I went back and discovered that the PRP is the oldest living political party, and it still adheres to the ideals of what Nigeria and democratic practice should be like.
“It is a party that was founded by and is truly for the people.” It is a political party that has prioritized internal democracy. “I’ve returned to PRP to show Nigerians that not so long ago, we did things correctly, and that the new entities that have come together today forget that there was once a Nigeria that did things correctly.” I am a firm believer in an equal opportunity employer in all aspects of life, including employment, business, and politics, and I believe this party represents all of these.
“Everyone, regardless of age, religion, or ethnicity, should have equal opportunity, and that is reflected here.”
“We have a youth population that has been left out of the political process and the system.” “The first thing I want to do is disrupt the political process, to dispel godfatherism from the minds of the youth.” The way to do this is to give Nigeria’s true owners, those aged 18 to 36, who account for more than 75 percent of the population, a chance to have their voices heard and their numbers counted.”
Mr. Falalu Bello, the party’s Chairman, said, “I formally welcome you into our fold.” Your ancestors have a lot to say.”
MKO Abiola’s daughter, Tundun Abiola, recently slammed her sister, Hafsat Abiola-Costello, for using their father’s name to promote Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello’s presidential bid.
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