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  • Updated: October 16, 2022

Ignore Politicians Who Use, Religion, Ethnic Sentiments To Cause Division - Datti Baba-Ahmed

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The Vice Presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Senator Datti Baba-Ahmed has called on Nigerians to ignore politicians who use religion and tribal sentiments to cause hatred among citizens.

Datti said this after participating in a town-hall meeting with the leadership of the party in Minna, Niger State.

He said that despite being in power for 24 years, both the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the All Progressives Congress (APC) have nothing to show, rather the country is bedevilled with insecurity, corruption as well as other challenges.

”If the APC and the PDP are better after 24 years combined of governance, why are we still witnessing the challenges we are facing?

"Nigerians, it’s time to take back our country.”

“I urge you to ignore them and vote for credibility, competence, character, equity, fairness and justice to save Nigeria from disintegration.

“When politicians who have nothing to cover up their lies and lack of ideas to resolve the mileage of problems Nigeria is facing, they will look for anything to create confusion, religion and tribalism comes handy hence Nigerians should not fall for their antics,” he insisted.

Earlier, the Coalition of Support Groups for Peter Obi and Ahmed Datti in Niger State had a stakeholders meeting where plans to mobilize people to come out when the Presidential campaigns hit the state.

Speaking, the Niger state Coordinator of the Coalition of Support Groups for Peter Obi and Ahmed Datti, Habila Daniel Dikko noted the need for improved sensitisation of the people to ensure Peter Obi emerges as President by 2023.

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