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Kriz David Emerges Libration Movement’s Presidential Candidate

Dr. Kriz David, a futurist and Strategic Leadership expert has emerged as the party’s presidential flag bearer ahead of the 2019 general elections . He emerged candidate at the just concluded Lagos state primaries of Liberation Movement.

The exercise which was attended by state party executives and party members, saw the emergence of candidates for the various senatorial districts in Lagos as well as for the Lagos house of representatives.
The Party returning officer and chairman of the Lagos state chapter of the party Comrade Rahman Adebiyi, at the event said that he was impressed by the good conduct of all delegates who participated in the exercise and the success of the exercise.


Comrade Adebiyi commended the state executive council and members of the party for good conduct before, during and after the congress. He added that the contest was free, fair and credible and was happy that all aspirants accepted the results as declared.
He congratulated all the candidates and advised them no to rest on their oars as their work has only just began.
According to a statement made available to Thepage and signed by
Hon. Kechiturukanma Mabogunje, the Public Relations Officer of the party in Lagos state, Adebiyi said all members of the party should go to their various communities and preach the word of Liberation, which is the cardinal message of the party.
He asked all members of the party to comport themselves in ways that reflect the core values of liberation Movement which are Meritocracy, Equality, Integrity, Incorruptible, Diligence, Abidance and Excellence.
He went further to propagate the ideology of Liberation Movement, which is said, is “To promote economic, social and political freedom for all citizens and residents in Nigeria based on the virtue of equality and Meritocracy.”
He further described the Liberation Movement as a new , but “strong player into the Nigerian political scene. “it is a party driven by the believe that in spite of the diversity of tongue, tribe, clan and creed, the equality and prosperity of all Nigerians should reign supreme”
He concluded that the
Liberation Movement seeks to replace the grieves and pains of Nigerians with the refreshing experience of liberty and celebration of joy by entrenching the virtue of equality and social justice in Nigeria which he said is the fulcrum of sustainable prosperity for individuals and collectively as a Nation.

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