Nigeria and the 2023 Elections | Religion, Partisan Politics and Tribalism is not the Answer

    The bullets in the train massacre did not discriminate tribe, religion, or political party.

    When people initially complained about banditry, Fulani herdsmen, and invasion of foreigners to cause insecurity, they were dismissed through the lens of tribalism and religion. Today, the insecurity we all feel the pain. Insecurity does not discriminate between north and south, east and west.

    When adulterated petrol was imported, it did not care if you car was religious, tribal, or political. It had the same effect on all.

    The same goes for hunger, insecurity, banditry, and all the multi-faceted problems we have plaguing this nation.

    The problems of this nation extends beyond regions tribesmen, zoning, religion, or political parties.

    We must deliberately hold this in our minds when we face the elections in 2023.

    One Comment

    1. That’s true it’s also happening here in Kenya. Bullets or adulterated petrol will not discriminate

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