Moghalu Cautions Nigerians Against Fighting, Killing for Politicians

By Juliet Amaka
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Kingsley Moghalu, a former Deputy Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, has warned warned Nigerians who have made their choices on who to vote in the 2023 presidential election to be tolerant of all candidates and desist from fighting.

The former presidential aspirant, in a series of tweets on Tuesday, also warned voters against cyber-bullying while supporting candidates.
According to him, the politicians, despite party alliance, dine with each other.

He charged Nigerians to rather be committed to debating visions and claims made by the candidates and vote wisely.

He wrote, “I believe it is important, no matter who anyone supports or will end up voting for in 2023, to be tolerant and respectful of all candidates.

“Please debate ideas, visions (if and where they exist), experience and track record, and avoid personalized insults.

“Intolerance, on/off social media, is wrong. The politicians you are fighting and killing each other for wine and dine with each other across party lines. Be wise!

“Nigerians reserve the right to vote for any candidate of their choice in a democracy. Just make informed choices.”

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