Party vs In­tegrity

Daily Trust - - OPINION -

It is high time we put our po­lit­i­cal par­ties aside if we want our democ­racy to move for­ward. Party or no party the most im­por­tant choice should be made based on in­tegrity and not which party one be­longs to, that may be the rea­son why we are al­ways left with the wrong choice. Aminu Lawal Mashi 08036306444 at­ten­tion on job­less con­tin­u­a­tion of the con­struc­tion of the earth dam in your con­stituency so that our youths would put mor ef­fort on ir­ri­ga­tion which re­duces un­wanted ru­ral-ur­ban mi­gra­tion. Amiru Isa Bakori, Katsina State 07068147933 Mbu, it is clear that many in po­si­tion of lead­er­ship au­thor­ity may not be ‘vi­cious’’ or un­godly, I be­lieve many are only vic­tims of a sys­tem that sug­gest that hold­ing pub­lic po­si­tion de­mands serv­ing a boss not nec­es­sar­ily the pub­lic by show of favour and re­ward. Poor Suleiman Abba re­ally comes to mind, his sad tale for be­ing stub­born. Mo­hammed Bagudu, Minna 08094975018

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