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Dr A A Agbormbai

It looks like the SDF really needs to clean up its democratic act to become an effective opposition party. If you are not clean yourself you have no grounds for criticising the ruling party.

This is all very good work, Prof. Asonganyi. All attempts by the SDF to use political machinations to undermine the democractic process must be exposed well before they take hold.

SDF militants themselves must help correct this process by voting out candidates who attempt to violate the correct democratic process.

Militants must keep an open mind with respect to the various candidates and go for substantive candidates, those who are most suited to dealing with the various problems the party and nation are facing.

Any candidate who gives bribes is no good (if he was that good he would be discussing with you how he is going to help solve your problems when he is voted into office, not taking you for a fool by attempting to bribe you). Remember that, the more you submit to bribes the more you damage your party and destroy its image by voting an incompetent, empty-bellied person into office.

Any candidate who puts pressure on you to vote for him is no good (good people seek to convince you by providing sound arguments and answers to your questions, not by forcing or bullying you into submission - remember that bullies are empty-bellied people who are the first to run and hide when trouble comes).

Any candidate who attempts to monopolise your attention by actively preventing you from seeing, listening to, or talking to other candidates is no good because he or she is insecure, and insecure people are not fit for high office.

In short, vote only for candidates who respect your democratic rights and who have the ability to solve the problems of your party and the nation.

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