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2023: Yoruba community in Abuja urges Nigerians to shun sentiments

The new leadership of the Yoruba Community in Abuja yesterday urged Nigerians to shun sentiments and consider competence and capacity for the 2023 general elections.…

The new leadership of the Yoruba Community in Abuja yesterday urged Nigerians to shun sentiments and consider competence and capacity for the 2023 general elections.

The new president of the community, Alhaji Abdulhakeem Mosebolatan, made the call at the inauguration of the 19-member executive of the association.

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He urged Nigerians to close ranks to tackle the problems confronting the country.

He promised to run an inclusive association, saying “We cannot do it alone. Therefore, I call for your support and cooperation to achieve desired results. Be free to give constructive advice; together, we shall fly the banner of the Yoruba race to a lofty height”.

Chairman, Yoruba Council of Obas in the FCT, Abuja, Dr Olusegun Salau, urged the new executive to work for the wellbeing of members and other Nigerians.