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Datti Baba-Ahmed Tells Obi Supporters Not To Confuse Politics With Religion, Ethnicity

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Datti Baba-Ahmed Tells Obi Supporters Not To Confuse Politics With Religion, Ethnicity

The running mate to Peter Obi, Presidential Candidate of Labour Party Dr Yusuf  Baba-Ahmed has called on party members to shun ethnic and religious politics.

Baba-Ahmed made the call while addressing party members in Bauchi, saying they should focus on sure candidates without religious and ethic view.

He counselled the party members to shun religion politics and avoid promotion of ethnicity ahead of the  general elections in 2023.

He said,: ”I am in Bauchi to encourage you people not to relent on the efforts you are putting in for the labour party in the country.

“Dont be  confused with religious and ethnicity issues; politics is not about religion; if it is religion, then we should allow the clerics to rule.

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“God has already made us groups and different tribes across the world, so politics is neither religion nor ethnicity”.

Baba-Ahmed added that if Nigerians shunned religious and ethnic politics, it would not only bring tranquility, but lead to disclosure of competent leaders in the country.

The running mate to Obi implored party members to work extra miles in educating people on the blueprint of the Labour Party and ‘ObiDatti mandate’.

Mr Hussaini Saraki, Chairman, Labour Party Bauchi State, assured of continued mobilization of members and the public on the credentials of the presidential candidate and his running mate.
He said the Labour Party was doing well in spite of the opposition party, saying that the presence of Datti would encourage and boost their morale.

Mr Abel Musa, Chairman ‘OBIDATTI Coalition’, said the alliance was going on with contact and mobilization of voters for the party and it’s candidates.

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