The Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, on Tuesday, said the message of the Peoples Democratic Party, was accepted by Nigerians because, they were tired of “unemployment and poverty”.
According to tweets by Saraki’s New Media aide, Olu Onemola, he said, “Nigerians are tired of insecurity, unemployment and poverty. Nobody wants to be insecure, unemployed or poor. This is why our message has resonated across the country.”
Saraki went on to encourage Nigerians to come out to vote during the rescheduled elections on Saturday.
He said, “We have four more days to go. I want to appeal to Nigerians, do not let them frustrate you. When there is a low turnout, they can rig, but if you come out to vote, they cannot.
“When you come out to vote on Saturday, do you want a Nigeria that that adheres to the rule of law, or do you want a Nigeria that is governed by jungle justice?
“On Saturday, when you come out to vote, vote for Nigeria.”