Don’t curse Nigeria. Change bad leaders in next election – Tinubu urges Nigerians

President Bola Tinubu has charged religious leaders against condemning Nigeria during their sermons. 

 

He spoke on Thursday, March 28, during Ramadan Iftar with traditional rulers and religious leaders at the State House in Abuja. 

 

Tinubu said if a leader is bad, he should be voted out in the next election.

 

“The love of the nation is in your hands. Pray for our country. Educate our children. The sermons we preach to the members of our churches and mosques are important. 

 

“Do not condemn your own nation. As a Yoruba man and as our fathers will say, ‘no matter how slippery the bottom of your child is, you must leave the beads there.’ 

 

“Leave the beads there. This is your country; do not condemn it in sermons, do not abuse the nation. Leadership is meant for changes. 

 

”Yes, this leader is bad, fine. Wait until the next election to change him, but do not condemn your country. Do not curse Nigeria. This is a beautiful land.”

 

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