Ningi Urges Politicians To Shun Corruption, Violence

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The political class in Nigeria has been urged to shun corruption, violence and other related problems that could further heat up the already tense polity and stagnate the present administration’s drive for rapid socio-economic and infrastructural development of the nation.

Deputy Senate Leader, Senator Abdul Ahmed Ningi, said this in a Christmas message to Nigerians in Bauchi, Saturday.

He emphasised the need for politicians to stop using party politics, and embrace national-interest politics, in order for the leader in power to successfully move the nation forward.

While calling on Nigerian leaders to work for peace, unity and good governance as well as for the development of the nation’s growing democracy, he emphasised the need for all Nigerians, irrespective of their ethno-religious and political backgrounds continue “to engage in such actions and activities that will further unite us rather than divide us as an indivisible entity.”

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