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2023: Choose your leaders consciously to avoid regrets – Former Niger CAN Secretary to Nigerians




Former Secretary of the Niger State chapter of Christian Affiliation of Nigeria (CAN), Reverend Sunday Onuchie has suggested Nigerians to decide on their leaders consciously and properly within the 2023 basic elections to forestall future regrets.

Onuchie who spoke to DAILY POST throughout his sixtieth birthday celebration urged the folks to not permit politicians idiot them.

He stated some electorates had been gullible to the antics of politicians who typically share tokens throughout electoral campaigns to win votes and later abandon them after profitable elections.

“Most Nigerian politicians have taken the citizens as a right. Let’s make sure that we select our leaders consciously in 2023, make sure that cash politics just isn’t inspired.”

The cleric noticed that because the circle of one other electoral course of approaches, Nigerians ought to this time round take heed to who to vote for as their leaders to forestall future remorse.

“Nigerians must be wiser now as a result of each 4 years, these politicians will come and share Maggi and one thousand 5 hundred Naira for us to vote them in after that they disappear solely to reappear throughout one other election circle”

“I believe from what has been taking place within the nation because the return of Democracy, we must always have learnt sufficient”

Talking on the State of the Nation, he assured Nigerians not to surrender, saying, each Era has its personal challenges they usually typically overcome them, and Nigeria won’t be an exception.

Onuchie additional expressed optimism that regardless of the quite a few challenges dealing with the nation, it has the capability to beat them and forge forward to realizing her full potentials.

“I strongly imagine that with God the tide will change, however we should worry God, it is just by so doing that each one the bloodletting and social upheaval within the nation will cease”.

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