2023: PRP Ogun State unveils Governorship Candidate
Ahead of the 2023 election, the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP), Ogun State Chapter, has unveiled its governorship candidate as David Bamgbose, describing him as the best choice to govern the state.
The party unveiled Bamgbose and his running mate after a members’ meeting at Iwe-Iroyin Press Centre in the Oke-Ilewo area of Abeokuta, Ogun State.
The governorship candidate addressing a press conference after the meeting described himself as “an eagle which has landed,” adding that the PRP is a democratic and egalitarian platform that can produce a better government.
He said the emergence of the party was the right time for people can take their destiny into their own hands and that they should be vigilant in looking at the quality, competence, antecedents of candidates and what the party stands for
“I, Prof David Olufemi Bamgbose, stand as a better choice for the people of Ogun State in the forthcoming 2023 general election in all ramifications.
“Also, PRP is a party that identifies with the masses and less privileged in the society,” he said.
Bamgbose explained that as the campaign unfolds, the party programmes, manifestoes, and focus will be presented to the people of the state and Nigeria, stressing that the party will not be “a government by the few and for the few.”
“We will not be a government controlled by godfathers.
“The presidential candidate of our great party, PRP, is the scion of the late martyr of democracy. Kola Abiola reflects the struggle and image of the establishment of democracy in Nigeria.
“We will also involve the spirit of the symbol of the democratic struggle, late Chief MKO Abiola, to support us in our strive to establish a truly democratic society that he fought and died for.
“Our society is not free and democratic yet because of undemocratic procedure and effect of monetization of our body polity,” Bamgbose said.
He said education and other dividends of democracy would be paramount in his administration if elected.
“We believe in Ogun State, I lived in Ogun State, and we have most of our investment in Ogun State. We are not emergency politicians who masquerade as philanthropists in the election season.
“We have consistently serviced our dear state and country. Therefore, we want to escalate what we have been doing in our private capacity to a larger level through the government capacity and resources by the mandate of our people and the grace of God.”