With the general elections barely 2 days to go, Shoneye Samson, Chief Coordinator of the Onward movement of Nigeria has called on Nigerians to join hands to build a better Nigeria.
The movement is a socio-political organisation initiated and powered by Hon. S.O.B Agunbiade, the Majority Leader of the Lagos State House of Assembly, and an APC Chieftain.
The body has been in existence for almost two decades with a good membership base cutting across different strata.
According to the statement released on the 23rd of February 2023, Mr Samson explained that Onward as an organisation shares the core value that Nigeria is a country that should be founded on the principles of egalitarianism, equity, and liberty which inadvertently form the cornerstones for the pursuit of happiness and social welfare of its citizens.
He continued, “Onward as a movement has time without number reiterated and shown commitment to the activities of the progressives and by significance, The All Progressives Congress”.
“It is obvious that what we see in Lagos State today, is a result of the workable blueprint which was laid down by Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu”.
“It is our belief and prayer that his vision for Nigeria shall translate our dear county into a Home for all”.
“We believe and stand by the Renewed Hope Vision of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu”.
“As a body, we have shown our strength in mobilization, by participating massively in the various campaigns of all the candidates of our party, APC”.
“Onward Movement of Nigeria with its members distributed across Ikorodu Division, passionately call and encourage the total support of the eligible voters to please join hands with us to massively vote for all APC candidates at the forthcoming election on the 25th of February and a repeat of the same with more vigour towards the 11th of March, 2023”.
“We believe a vote for All Progressives Congress in the fourth coming election is a commitment to providing that enduring leadership and embracing the cause of democracy, human rights and citizens’ well-being”.
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