Published On: Wed, Apr 24th, 2013

Delta 2015: Keyamo Keeps Silent over Manifesto …May form his own political party

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Festus Keyamo

Legal luminary and Social activitist, who has declared his intention of contesting for the governorship position in Delta State come 2015, Mr Festus Keyamo has refused to declare his programme to his teeming fans sighting reasons of waiting for the transformation of a political that suits his ideology.
Keyamo who made the statement in Ughelli Delta State while answering questions from journalists on his programme when he was hosted by the Delta Forces United (UDU) over the weekend posited that at present, he may not be able to disclose his manifesto owing to the fact that a political party with the legitimacy to unfold political manifestoo has not yet been transmitted into form.
Nevertheless, Keyamo who is EFCC lawyer maintained that the party in which he will run shall evolve as part of their manifesto the best programme that would definitely maximally benefit the youth in education, employment and general empowerment areas in a manner other political parties have never done.
Keyamo who is yet to align himself to any political party, noted that his years of practice as a successful legal luminary and human right activist from the military days have enabled him to understand the plight of the masses and would want to translate his experience into impacting positively and effectively on people’s lives by governing them. According to him, his ambition is not hinged on tribal leaning, rather on how to liberate the entire Deltans from the present economic jigsaw in which the winner has it all.
The DFU national coordinator who called on youths, men and women of eligible voting bracket to embrace the membership into DFU, assured that he would not contest under any existing political party rather he would wait for the minimum thumping followers needed to form his party, than get registered into a new party.
Kayemo further expressed that his running would not have any link with the general syndrome of political godfatherism, a virus he said had eaten deep into the fabric of the Nigeria politics. Stressing that he would not chicken away or sell off in the struggle, irrespective of pressure to compromise his stance.
He therefore called on his followers to be steadfast in the vision, as the task of Liberating Delta State lies with every visionary inclined person in that direction.

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