A Labor Party leader, chieftain Rommy Okoli, has advised young people not to take the law into their own hands, but to use their voting rights to dismiss incompetent leadership at all levels.

Okoli said this in a message on the occasion of his 60th birthday on Monday.

He prayed to God to forgive the wrongdoing of Nigerians and make the country great again, while urging the people to work for a united and prosperous country.

He praised the youth for their renewed interest in the recruitment process of leaders in the country, while calling on them to vote for Peter Obi-Yusuf Datti’s LP candidates.

According to him, the People’s Democratic Party and All Progressives Congress have been put to the test over the years and found not authorized to continue beyond 2023.

He said: “I call on young people to take back their land and punish the APC and its twin brother, the PDP, with their votes rather than vent their anger at society through crime and insecurity.

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“We have suffered enough in Nigeria. Bad leadership has jeopardized the future of our children. Our common heritage has been abused.

“The 2023 general election is another opportunity for us to correct the mistake. So let’s shun religion and ethnicity and vote for the LP’s Obi-Datti ticket. They will save and rebuild Nigeria economically and security-wise,” he said.

He added that Nigeria was one of the wealthiest countries on earth where citizens should enjoy the best things in life, but lamented that lack of leadership had been its curse.

“On the occasion of my 60th birthday, I want to thank God for life, but it was not easy. With a safer and more prosperous society, life expectancy can be longer.

“So I beg Almighty God to please have mercy, forgive our sins and set us free from our oppressors, because the hardships we face every day in Nigeria are unbearable.”

May God arise and succor us for the good of our future and humanity,” he said.

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