Politicians Should Emulate The Act Of Kindness - Akeem Amosun - NATIONAL TRUMPET


Saturday, December 29, 2018

Politicians Should Emulate The Act Of Kindness - Akeem Amosun

The Federal House of Representatives candidate of the Alliance for New Nigeria, ANN, Hon Akeem Amosun has charged politicians across Nigeria to emulate the act of kindness to the less privilege.

Hon Akeem Amosun who is going to represent the people of  Abeokuta South Federal Constituency in 2019 said this while speaking with some reporters in the state recently.

He said he has started helping people right from secondary school days till now, and under no circumstances will be stop the habit, most especially when he emerge as House of Reps member.

In his words, "What Holy Bible and Quran teaches us is that we should be good and emulate the act of giving, the essence of life is how many lives you affect, it is not about what we have, not about the building nor big car nor cloth we have. It is about people you are making impact on, and that has always been the philosophy of life.

"My life is about service to God and humanity, and I want to stand by that under no circumstances, and I will encourage others to emulate it too. It is important for people to be contended.

"My call to politics is about good governance, I mean good representation of the people because our people is our priority, and we know what they want, among which are the basic things of life, assurance and people that will not deceive them.

"I believe what we are bringing to the table for our people with both the party and our own ideology, most especially our approach to our people, they know we will be able to affect the downtrodden.

"We don't cut out for godfatherism, our party is about the people, that is how to affect the welfare of the people positively.

"I want to urge our people not to sit down at home during voting, hence they should go out and vote massively for right candidates and also, they should not engage themselves in vote-buying on that day." He concluded

The Igbore born philanthropist also noted that he has no single relationship with the incumbent Governor Ibikunle Amosun, hence they are of different family and town.

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