Be Careful Of Sycophant Politicians, Muslim Leader To Makinde, Running Mate
Alhaji Daud Makanjuola, the Muslim community leader (Aare Musulumi) of Yorubaland, Edo, and Delta, has advised Gov. Seyi Makinde of Oyo State and his running mate, Bayo Lawal, to be wary of political sycophants who did not have the interest of the masses at heart. NEWSDIARY reports.
Makanjuola stated this while receiving the governor’s running mate who paid him a courtesy call at his Ikolaba residence in Ibadan. Information Guide Nigeria
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The Aare of Musulumi said some politicians were in the habit of giving negative advice to political office holders that would be to their personal interest instead of the generality of the masses.
He advised Lawal to remain a shining ambassador of Islam, defend the cause of Islam as well as the interest of the masses generally while in government. jamb results
The Muslim leader described the choice of Lawal as very appropriate, going by his track records in and out of government, adding that the combination of Makinde and Lawal was a winning ticket any day.
Makanjuola, who prayed to Almighty Allah to bless the choice of Lawal and grant the duo success in the election, assured him of support.
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