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“Politicians Buying 100m Nomination Form Are Potential Criminals” – 102 Year Old Presidential Aspirant Says (Details below)



Chief Josephine Ezeanyaeche, the 102-year-old presidential aspirant, has reacted to the sale of nomination forms for N100 million by the All Progressive Congress (APC).

The Africa Action Congress (AAC) party member stated that the politicians buying such expensive forms are a group of potential criminals with the intention to go and steal.

Ezeanyaeche disclosed this on Saturday, following the presentation of her nomination form in Igboukwu in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State.

She said, “I have come to tell my people that I have picked the nomination form of my party, AAC. Although, the party has been flooded by aspirants who ran away from the APC and PDP because of the huge price of their nomination forms.

“But despite this, I am very optimistic that I will make an appreciable impact because the 2023 general elections will bring disruptive change in this country. So, the youths must come out of hiding on social media and take their destinies from the politicians.

“I have never seen a thing like this all over the world that politicians will pay such amount on the nomination form. It shows they are a group of potential criminals with the intention to go and steal because the remuneration of the office they are paying such amount for cannot recoup the money back to them in the four years without them stealing.

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“It is also surprising that our anti-graft agencies are watching as politicians will be paying as much as N100m buying nomination forms. This is a deliberate means of excluding the youths. Since 1999, we have never heard of such a thing like this, but Nigerians should be wiser.

“Our votes must count in the 2023 elections, although you can’t have a totally free and fair election anywhere in the world, but Nigerians must demand that their votes count in the next election.”

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