November 27, 2022

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The Nigeria Political Science Association (NPSA), has blamed political exclusiveness on the insecurity challenges confronting the country.
The group stressed the need for Nigeria to imbibe the culture of political inclusiveness to enable it get out of its insecurity challenges.
Addressing journalists in Ilorin on Thursday on the state of the nation, the national president of NPSA, Professor Hassan Saliu, noted that all forms of security challenges across the nation’s geopolitical zones were as a result of political exclusiveness.
Professor Saliu also blamed the menace of money politics as witnessed in the recent presidential primaries of leading parties in the country on the problem of exclusiveness.
The NPSA president advised Nigerians to preoccupy themselves with how to elect the person that knows how to fix the country as president in 2023 rather than dissipating energy on a Muslim/Muslim ticket.
He commended President Muhammadu Buhari for not influencing the outcome of the APC presidential primary election.
Saliu said Nigerians need a president whose body language will not influence government decisions on national issues.
He added that Nigeria needs a president that would restore the dignity of Nigerians and uphold the rule of law, constitution and fundamental human rights.
“What the NPSA is after is the election of a president that knows how to fix Nigeria”, he declared.
Saliu said the NPSA had organized five political platforms in its efforts to promote good governance in the country, adding that the association will soon publish a book on governance in contemporary Nigeria.
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