Senator Accord candidate for the Oyo North senatorial district, Hon Shina Peller, said on Sunday that the party is determined to rebuild Nigeria as it stands for fairness, equity and justice.

Hon Peller had this to say while appearing on the live Fresh 105.9 FM show crossfire monitored in Ibadan.

The Oyo North senatorial candidate stressed that Nigeria as a country was built on the wrong foundation and that foundation needed to be rebuilt.

Hon Peller, who currently represents Iseyin/Itesiwaju/Kajola/Iwajowa Federal Constituency, noted that Accord is committed to the policy of fairness, fairness and justice, as clearly demonstrated in all of its policies.

According to Accord’s senatorial candidate, politics should be played on the principles of fairness, fairness and fairness, and he said that was what Accord stood for.

On the resolution of the Oke Ogun area of ​​Oyo State to produce the next candidate for senator from Oyo North, Hon Peller said that it would be in the interest of the entire Oyo State to have the next senator from the Oyo North senatorial district of Oke Ogun.

Hon Peller emphasized that apart from the fact that it will guarantee the principle of fairness, fairness and justice, it will guarantee full peace in all of Oke Ogun and said that having a senator from Oke Ogun will guarantee peace in all of Oke Ogun and Oyo state in general. .

The Accord senatorial candidate maintained that it was all the Oke Ogun areas of the Oyo North Senatorial District that insisted on having the next Senator for the District of their area and subsequently ordered him to contest the senatorial seat.

Speaking about the youth of Nigeria, Hon Peller maintained that it was the Nigerian youth that would determine who would lead them saying, we have more youth in this upcoming election than it used to be.

“Youth will decide who will lead them; we have more young people in this election. We need a youth friendly government in Nigeria. This year’s elections are elections that will decide the future of youth in Nigeria,” Peller said.