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Voting for the ruling APC in 2019 would cause more damages for Nigeria. - Sule Lamido

Alhaji Sule Lamido
A presidential aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and former Governor of Jigawa State, Alhaji Sule Lamido, has said that voting for the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in the forthcoming general elections would cause more damages for Nigeria.

Lamido, who spoke when he paid a courtesy call on Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, on Thursday, in Makurdi, said there was blood everywhere in Nigeria under the current leadership of the APC.

He maintained that already, the APC had introduced division, leading to venomous agenda, aimed at defrauding the country.

“I share in the anxiety of those who advocate that Nigeria should be restructured. APC is a party that thrives on propaganda and the money they have stolen is so horrendous and they keep talking about corruption.” He said.

Lamido continued, “Today, there is blood everywhere. We can no longer sleep with our two eyes closed due to killings and kidnapping by undesirable elements nationwide.

“Nigeria has a long history of crisis, including coup de tat among other vices and our leaders must put human consideration above other parochial interests so that the country can be better.

“We must uphold and stand for our brotherhood. We should be there for each other either as northerners or southerners, easterners or westerners”, he said adding that Nigeria as a symbol of the black race must be above board to live up to its status.

“Nigeria is a symbol of the black race meaning that any black man in diaspora look up to Nigeria for leadership. We must be mindful of what we do because whatever we do affects others.”

“We must work for a united Nigeria and secure the country from the hands of bad leaders,” he stated.

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