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Adagunodo Greets Nigerians On Christmas, Urges Citizens To Keep Hope Alive



The National Vice Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party in the South West, Hon. Olasoji Adagunodo has felicitated Christians and all Nigerians as they celebrate the Christmas and New Year festivities.

Adagunodo sent his goodwill messages to Christians and Nigerians at Christmas during a press chat at the Zonal Office of the Peoples Democratic Party in Ibadan, Oyo State, Saturday.

He urged all Christian faithful and Nigerians to see the season as a time to be more dedicated to God, adding that there is a lot for them to be thankful for, “having survived another year under the worst administration in the history of civil rules in our dear country.”

The PDP leader recounted cases of kidnapping, ransom taking, unnecessary fuel pump price increase, forex disparity against the Naira, and fluctuating prices of commodities that have crippled people’s means of livelihood coupled with epileptic power supply, incessant and unresolved ASUU strikes that deliberately appears like a programmed attempt to cripple the education sector of the country.

He noted that it takes the grace of God and His infinite mercy to survive the challenging situation in Nigeria. He hailed Nigerians for being resilient and warned against voting people who are not in touch with current realities into power.

Adagunodo stated that insecurity, inflation, poverty, and economic woes respect no political affiliation and that the people and party who promised heaven and earth but instead brought let hell to lose and subject people to hardship are known by Nigerians.

He urged the citizens to keep hope alive beyond the festivities and actively participate in the struggle to reposition Nigeria by supporting and voting for the PDP in 2023.