One of the key topics Prince Adebayo discussed was the importance of opposition parties learning from the strategy used by the President-elect. He emphasized that the opposition parties must come together and form a united front to defeat the ruling party. He also stressed the need for opposition parties to focus on the issues that matter to the people and to present a clear and compelling vision for the future.
Prince Adewole Ebenezer Adebayo, the Social Democratic Party (SDP) presidential candidate, was invited to participate in a 10-hour online discussion programme called '90 Minutes Africa'. The programme had over 4000 viewers and panelists and was anchored by Rudolf Okonkwo (Dr. Damages). During the question and answer session, Prince Adebayo discussed various issues, including the strategy used by the President-elect Asiwaju Bola Tinubu to win the presidential election.
According to him:
"Not all my agents worked for me. Some may look at my picture and say this didn’t have money and went to collect from other parry. In a particular state, our agents said INEC didn’t give them accreditation cards. We asked why. They said they didn’t know. We went to INEC. It said the state chairman of our party came together with PDP. Each of the chairmen collected for their parties, and then the SDP chairman gave the tag to the PDP chairman, shook hands, and drove away. On election day, you would see someone wearing SDP tag, but he is definitely working for Atiku. Some of them are helping APC. Some work for Labour. I think in Delta Anambra and some parts of the East."
"Our constitution is not perfect. But the same constitution in its worst portion is still better than the quality of leaders we have."
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