Ahmed Musa Sends Message to Nigerians Ahead of 2023 Elections
- Ahmed Musa has sent an inspiring message to Nigerians ahead of the 2023 general elections
- Nigerians will have a chance to elect a new leader on February 25 and the political landscape is already heated
- Musa urged the electorate to exercise their rights at the polls, adding that they should shun tribalism
The captain of Nigeria’s Super Eagles, Ahmed Musa, has urged Nigerians to shun tribalism and ethnicity ahead of the forthcoming general elections.
Nigerians will troop to the polls on Saturday, February 25, to elect their favourite candidates into offices.
The showdown for the presidential race will go down the wire among the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu, that of the People's Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, and Peter Obi of the Labour Party.
The polity is already heated, as the political landscape is faced with uncertainty amid comments fueling bigotry and tribalism.
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Ahmed Musa, who remains Nigeria’s most-capped player ever, has urged voters not to be distracted by deceitful tactics.
“The change we want in Nigeria starts with YOU and I. Please exercise your rights and whilst doing that, let’s get rid of tribalism, ethnicity or the likes as we are all one at the end of the day.
‘Together we can make the 2023 election a success if we do all that is right. Do not be distracted by the deceitful tactics of the enemy and let us guard our Country Nigeria jealously.
“Nigeria will be great again. Peace will be restored to if we all choose to do the right thing. God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.”
Musa not impressed with Nigeria's politicians
Meanwhile, Musa lambasted Nigerian politicians for being insensitive towards education over the recent strike by staff of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
His comments came hours after pictures flooded the internet as Jordan Nyesom-Wike, son of the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike graduated from the University of Exeter, in the United Kingdom.
The unions embarked on industrial actions while demanding improved welfare packages, better working conditions, and the implementation of various labour agreements signed with the Federal Government between 2009 and 2020.
Source: Sports Brief News