The national chairman of African Democratic Congress (ADC), Chief Ralphs Okey Nwosu has described his party as the most credible alternative for Nigerians as the 2023 general elections beckon.
Chief Nwosu, who was in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State to commison the State office of ADC and to officially welcome Arch. Ezekiel Nyaetok to the party made it known that the people are not happy with the present leadership and current situations in the country, hence, they have shifted their interest and support to ADC, the third best party in Nigeria.
Chief Nwosu asserted that ADC as a party is anchored on the culture of truth, ideology of social governance and human oriented policies that will engineer the desired change Nigerians are yearning for.
In his words, “somebody must rise up and give Nigeria a new beginning, a clear transparent system to guide Nigerians and that is what African Democratic Congress (ADC) is all about,” Chief Nwosu said.
Chief Nwosu queried the rationale behind Nigerian Leaders’ desperate attempt to produce successor in a Democratic setting like ours.
He, maintained that Democracy is a government where people are allowed to choose their leaders freely and not the reverse.
The ADC’s chieftain condemned the ongoing defection by those who were given mandate from other parties and described them as politicians who are seeking cover for their sins and shaddy deals.
Chief Nwosu used the occasion to thank members of ADC in Akwa Ibom State for teeming up with the party that will change the complexion of governance in Nigeria.
In his reaction, the proginator of social governance in Nigeria, Arch. Otuekong Ezekiel Nyaetok expressed appreciation for the honour done him by ADC national chairman, Chief Ralphs Nwosu and the State officers of the party led by Mr. Utibe Etiebet.
Nyaetok spoke glowingly about the leadership and idealogy of the party, which, according to him were genuine enough to capture his interest in joining them.
“I agreed to join ADC because it is a party that accept the ideology of social governance, a policy that is in tandem with my social beliefs. ADC is a party with integrity, credibility and transparency, with less emphasis on money and manipulation,” he said.
According to Nyaetok, who is a Housing Estate management consultant and manager, ADC as a party does not believe in oppression and corruption.
He described his decision to involve in politics as a means to rescue the youths from the shackles of poor governance, poverty and web of uncertainty, through laying of a strong socio-economic foundation that will engender dependable and guaranteed future for them.
“The system we have now does not want the youths to be human beings, the system has systematically programmed the youths to be irrelevant and useless because they do not want to provide the youths the means to be on their own,” Arc. Nyaetok said.
He promised to always incorporate the youths in his scheme of arrangements, describing them as the bed rock of the society.
High point of the occasion was the presentation of ADC membership card to Arch. Otuekong Ezekiel Nyaetok by the national chairman of the party, Chief Ralphs Nwosu.