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Olawepo Hashim Launches Stop Recycling Leaders Campaign



The 3rd Force Presidential Candidate and candidate of People's Trust, Mr Olawepo Hashim has launched a campaign to stop recycling leaders in Nigeria, ahead of the 2019 presidential election.



In a campaign launched on his social media platforms both on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @gohashim2019, the frontline candidate who is now in prime position to challenge the dou of APC presidential candidate, Muhammadu Buhari and PDP candidate, Atiku Abubakar stated that, if we stop recycling leaders, Nigeria GOH Better.

The stated also that, "“What we need now is a new generation of leaders. We no longer need the cabal anymore. We cannot accept a situation where we accommodate multiple pension-receiving individuals. I mean those who have been living on government expenses in ages"

“The nation certainly needs fresh ideas on how to develop the economy, unite and secure the country, which the political elites recycling themselves in power have not been able to offer. Next year (2019) must be the breaking point from the legacy of poverty and misery which politicians represent,” he stated.

What do you think about recycling leaders?

Join the conversation @gohashim2019 on Facebook, Ig and Twitter

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