Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, National Chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC) yesterday at the party’s secretariat advised a female governorship aspirant in Edo, Mrs. Tina Agbarha to take her campaigns seriously when she visited him.
He told the aspirant to place less emphasis on role of money in politics, he said, “you should take interest in politics and campaigns seriously because not everything is about money in politics.
He stressed that, “I urge you to increase your level of participation in electioneering processes because it is not all about money. If it were all about money President Muhammadu Buhari would not win”.
“The people trusted him, and so I encourage you to take what you are doing very, very seriously.’’
The chairman pledged that the party would give all aspirants a level-playing field by conducting free and fair primaries, and asked that all aspirants collapsed their structures behind the flag bearer to stand united in the election.
Earlier, Agbarha thanked the chairman for the free nomination and expression of interest forms for women and urged him to create more opportunities for women in the party.