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2023 will make or ruin Nigeria, says Ajimobi

The 2023 general elections would make or break Nigeria, according to Mrs. Florence Ajimobi, late Senator Abiola Ajimobi’s wife and the previous governor of Oyo State.

During the former governor’s 73rd posthumous birthday celebration on Friday in Ibadan, the capital of Oyo State, Mrs. Ajimobi made this disclosure.

The University of Ibadan hosted the event.

According to kuryaloaded, Ajimobi was born on December 16, 1949, and passed away in the year 2020. He served as governor of the state for two eight-year administrations that followed one another.

The former governor’s wife stated that the country will be made or broken by the elections in 2023 while participating in the event.

She claimed that the outcome of the elections and what transpired afterward would determine the nation’s future.

“The primaries have been held, and candidates have emerged,” stated Ajimobi.

“So, what should we do next? I only want to stress that Nigeria will be made or broken in 2023.

It will either make or break Nigeria. That’s all I really wanted to say.

In his remark, Oba Akanbi argued that it should be acceptable for traditional leaders to suggest respectable persons for political office.

The monarch asserted that every nation has its own distinctive brand of democracy and suggested that Nigeria may get inspiration from developments in China and Saudi Arabia.

They said that our democracy was expanding, he remarked. Grow with the consequences, please. If you steal in China, they will kill you. If you steal in Saudi Arabia, they will kill you.

Every nation has a unique brand of democracy. Britain, the country that gave the world democracy, yet operates under a monarchical system of government. So let the established authorities suggest their honorable citizens and subjects to rule us.

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