2023: Don’t vote leaders that’ll buy your conscience, mortgage our future – Jonathan to Nigerians

Former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has warned Nigerians not to vote for leaders who will buy their conscience, Charmingpro reports 

Jonathan also warned Nigerians not to vote for politicians who would jeopardize their children’s and grandchildren’s future.

He made the remarks while delivering the keynote address at the one-year memorial summit in honor of late Captain Idahosa Okunbo in Abuja on Saturday, according to NAN.

The former president urged voters to be cautious when exercising their voting rights in the general elections in 2023.

“Ahead of the 2023 elections, we’re preparing to be wooed and wowed on campaign grounds by various politicians running for various offices.”

“However, these ideas go beyond 2023.” It is about Nigeria and the leadership it requires now and in the future to ensure that our country takes its rightful place among the nations.

“My charge to Nigerians is to be cautious in exercising their voting rights.”

“We must move away from bread-and-butter politics and ensure that we do not elect leaders who will buy our conscience today while gambling with our children and grandchildren’s future.”

“We should make every effort to elect only those who will leave legacies of unity, peace, and development,” Jonathan said.


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