“The said reality is that our country is bleeding from several and severe wounds inflicted on her either as a result of incompetence or insincerity of the operators of government or the total lack of the understanding of how to govern a multi-cultural, multi-religious and multiethnic country like our own,” Mr Kwankwaso said.
Mr Kwankwaso added that, “Their insincerity and intolerance has inflicted injurious wounds to the social fabric of Nigeria. Their nepotism and parochial approach to governance has inflicted severe wounds to the country. Their ineptitude and lack of empathy has dealt a damaging blow on the body psyche of all Nigerians.”
Mr Idahosa, 57, who was announced as NNPP’s vice presidential candidate on Thursday, is Senior Pastor of the God First Ministry, Lekki Light Centre, Ajah, Lagos.
Commenting, the clergyman said “Nigeria deserves a fresh start and fresh ideas. Nigeria deserves a fresh deal that will steer the country away from division and hate.”
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