Tonto Dikeh, the Deputy Governorship Candidate of the African Democratic Congress, ADC, in Rivers State have enjoined the electorates in the state not to sell their votes during the upcoming gubernatorial election, as reported by Vanguard.
Dikeh, who made the statement at Abuloma, Okirika, alongside Chief Tonte Ibraye, the Governorship Candidate of the party, during the ADC campaign in the state, told the people that the party has solutions to problems of Rivers State.
The Nollywood actress said that the only way to bring development and end poverty in the state is if ADC wins the gubernatorial election, saying that it was time for the youths to take over power.
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Dike said: “If you look at me I am not even up to 40. Look at the Governorship Candidate of the ADC, he is not more than 40-years-old. It is time for youths to take a stand. If they buy your votes, how long will it take you?
“It is time for the youths to stop begging. Rivers has shown me so much love. It is ADC time. You have honoured me and in turn, I can pay you back.”
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