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Nigerians should not be deceived by political parties

2015-01-12 18:25
Innocent T. Saanaa Comments: 10 Article views: 29
Nigerians should not be deceived by political parties because it is not parties but individuals involved. If an alligator is taken to London, it can never be a crocodile.

Politicians who moved from one party to the other are all the same. People change parties but parties don't change people. Political parties have suddenly behaving like cult groups we watch on our home movies. PDP accusing Rivers State governor of not doing anything for the state, forgetting that all his tenure was in PDP till just last year.

Also read: PDP reviews timetable for primaries

Politics in Nigeria had become a do or die affair but in the beginning it was not so. I don't know how much your conscience is worth, but I advice Nigerians not to sell their vote at any cost, rather vote for illegible candidates that are capable of transforming our state and nation to make it better than the way they met it and conducive for our living.

God bless you!
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