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I Can Clinch PDP’s Presidential Ticket – Hayatu-Deen



PDP presidential aspirant, Hayatu-Deen has come out to say that career politicians are recycling themselves and running Nigeria aground.

He recently had his say while speaking to the press, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, unlike them, his participation in the country’s politics is to change its character, and he believes he can clinch the PDP presidential ticket to make Nigeria great again.

Hayatu-Deen added that his aim is to change the character and complexion of our politics, and he believes it is possible.

His words, “In 1920, Warren Hardy was a publisher; people said the guy was not a politician. He came and claimed the American presidency. There was another oil magnate who was not given a chance but also became the President. The others were the two Bushs, the senior and junior, who were not politicians. In fact, they were better than Trump who had never run for any office before winning the presidency of the United States too.”

“The most recent example is Emmanuel Macron of France. He came from nowhere as an investment banker. There is also the Ukrainian President, Selensky, who was a comedian.”

“Career politicians are recycling themselves and running the country into the ground.”

“My aim is to change the character and complexion of our politics. Is it difficult? It is but it is doable and we are encouraged by the strength of our conviction that we can do it and pick the ticket of the Peoples Democratic Party.”

“I have never seen the kind of corruption we are witnessing in my entire life. The Accountant-General of the Federation was alleged to have embezzled N83bn. I say alleged. That is the entire federal allocation of Oyo State for two years. If you multiply this by 10 thousand across other government appointees, you will see why the economy is actually melting.”

“None of those guys carrying AK-47 or Improvised Explosive Devices has anything else to do. Essentially, part of the problem is economic in nature. There are millions of youths who wake up with nothing to do. They have no jobs. These youths have nothing to lose. We, the elites and the government have completely failed them.”

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