“We can’t leave government for the thieves” – Osinbajo

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Professor Yemi Osinbajo – Vice President of Nigeria

The Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has urged Nigerians to vote for the All Progressives Congress (APC), describing the opposition as corrupt.

The Cable reports that Osinbajo said this during a house-to-house campaign in Ifako-Ijaiye area of Lagos State on Sunday.

“We can’t leave the government for thieves,” Osinbajo said, sharing that the opposition is trying to regain power because President Muhammadu Buhari intends to jail corrupt people.

The difference between us and the PDP is that we don’t steal government resources. We use it for the people. We earn less and we spend more on the welfare of people than the previous government.

Everybody know Buhari is an honest man. He will not steal public fund. We shall continue to fight corruption so that we can have enough money to provide infrastructure. We have to build on the foundation we have laid.

The corrupt people will be jailed. That is why the corrupt elements in the opposition are desperate to regain power. We can’t leave government for the thieves.

You should vote for APC because it is the only party that can do the job. We should not allow PDP to return to power.

The next level will be much better than today. More power will be available to the people and there will be more infrastructure.

Too much corruption have retarded our progress. That is why Buhari is fighting corruption. If there is no corruption, there will be money to carry out the developmental projects.

Buhari will fight for young and old. He will not allow anybody to steal public funds. Government will decentralised power so that there will be adequate and efficient distribution of power in the country. Government will provide adequate electricity supply for the household, artisans, corporate organisations and business enterprise.

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