Written by Ateed YUSUF

Ex-Kwali chair condemns violence in politics

A former Kwali area council chairman, Hon. Ibrahim Daniel, has made a passionate appeal to the political class to emulate the lifestyle of the nation’s founding fathers, even as he condemned the act of sponsoring thugs during the on-going electioneering. 

He tasked politicians across borders to cultivate the culture of politicking without bitterness as demonstrated by the founding fathers, noting that any politician who contributed in one way or the other for loss of lives would face God’s anger.

Daniel enjoined community and religious leaders to cultivate the campaign of peaceful elections in the country, adding that no meaningful development could be achieved in the atmosphere of rancor and violence. 

The politician called on his supporters in Kwali and environs to always remain law abiding, just as he warned them against taking laws into their hands that anybody who intimidates them should be reported to the security agents for necessary actions. 

He noted that the present APC government had not perform while calling on the electorate to vote for PDP candidates in all elective positions, noting that the party reformed to deliver dividends of democracy to Nigerians if giving the mandate come 2019. 

The former chairman assured residents of Kwali that he would provide quality leadership in the area, saying that scholarship and empowerment programs would be introduced to better the lives of the youths and other residents 

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