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There’s No Unity Among Hausa Community in Lagos, Says Ado Dansudu

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The National President of Arewa United Consolitative Forum, and also National Vice Chairman Arewa Youth Development Association of Nigeria, Alhaji Ado Shuaibu Dansudu, has express his concern over religion crises and tribal sentiment in Nigeria.

In a recent interview with ‘Wale Abydeen, Shola Akinyele and Sesan Awobiye in his Ikeja Lagos office, Alhaji Dansudu advises Nigerians to vote in good leader – who is ready to serve people with his honest state of minds, and integrate Nigeria irrespective of tribes and religion.

The Arewa leader said he did not believe in sentiment, whether you are a Muslim/Christian the unity of this country should be our major concern.

He noted that Nigerians who are fighting in cause of religion or tribe dichotomy are given their self headeche. This is because all these political leaders are eaten, winning and dinning together in a table. “It means we are all fool.”

“Even, when Prophet Mohamed (SAW) was born according to the history, he was identified by Christian. So I don’t know why Muslim-Muslim ticket or Christian-Christian ticket will distabilized the unity of this country. All we need is a Leader who can fixed the issues confronting this nation.”

Speaking on the way forward, the famous Lagos based entrepreneur urges Nigerians to do away with religion sentiment and vote for competency in the forthcoming general elections in 2023.

He warnes the religion leaders, scholars in the country to stay away from politics, not to use their selfish interest to divide the unity of  Nigeria.”

Dansudu added that if truly we love and want our dear county to develop. We should not instigate each other; let’s seat at the round-table to trash out issues concerning the peace and unity of this country.

On his role as a leader of Arewa community in the whole south West – the Kano born prince hints that Arewa community has been sentitizing his people on who to vote for in general elections come 2023.

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