Wamakko instructs politicians to do politics without bitterness | The Guardian Nigeria News

Senator Aliyu Wamakko (APC-Sokoto North) has instructed politicians to do politics without bitterness ahead of the 2023 general election.

This is contained in a statement released in Abuja on Sunday by his Special Assistant on New Media, Malam Bashar Abubakar.

“As we prepare for the upcoming general elections, we politicians and other stakeholders in the country’s nascent democracy must play by the rules and ensure rancor-free activities.

“Doing otherwise will do us or the country no good,” the former governor of Sokoto state warned.

Abubakar said Wamakko made the accusation on Saturday as he addressed various groups paying his respects to Sallah in Sokoto.

He added that the legislator expressed his optimism that the security problems besetting the country would soon be history and thanked God for the gift of health for all those who attended another holiday of Sallah,

The legislator prayed to God to bring relief to Nigerians to ease the current economic difficulties and urged all the faithful to intense prayers for divine intervention in all challenges of life.

He thanked APC supporters in the state for their “resilience, stubbornness and prayers for the success of the party at all levels, especially in the run up to the general election”.

Wamakko urged supporters to make sure they get their permanent voter card as it is the only tool needed to elect credible leaders.

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