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Falodun enjoins Nigerians to stop voting if lack of amenities persist

Ireland based Nigerian Philanthropist and Human Rights Activist, Mr. Abiodun Falodun has called on Nigerians to ignore elections if government fails to provide basic amenities.

The monthly allowance for unemployed Nigerians petition flyer

Mr. Abiodun Falodun who is from Ondo State in a telephone chat with our correspondednt said Nigerians should not vote in any present or future elections after Covid – 19 pandemic if government fails to give good road, pipe borne water, electricity and others.

He said, “After Covid – 19 pandemic, I encourage Nigerians to ignore present and future elections if no good road, no pipe borne water, no security, no electricity and good hospital.”

Mr. Falodun who initiated the need for state and federal government to adopt a policy of paying weekly or monthly allowance for unemployed Nigerians early last year stressed that only a responsible and people oriented leadership is needed to get monthly stipnd to unemployed Nigeria

“We have shared in ou online petition last yea that Govt at all levels should start paying weekly or monthly allowance to unemployed Nigerians. A serious government can afford it,”

“Only a responsible and people oriented leadership can make this work and as it stands voters should start asking and telling their elected officers the right thing,” He said.

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