May 21, 2024

Political leaders have failed the people – Taraba PRP guber candidate

The governorship candidate of the Peoples Redemption Party, PRP, in the 3023 election in Taraba State, Engineer Josiah Wasa Wukari, has said that political leaders at all levels have failed to adhere to their election promises to the people .

Wukari, who stated this on Thursday in a statement while facilitating with the Muslims in Taraba and the country at large on the Sallah celebration, said political leaders have failed the people.

“With their bad leadership and lack of focus they have put the people in the state of socio-political anomie,” he said.

Arguing that all hope is not lost, he is optimistic that, at the right time, the people would triumph over bad leaders.

Piqued by the high level of hardship in the state and the country at large, he beckoned on the people to draw close to God by being prayerful.

Affirming that in such perilous times, drawing closer to God is the best place to get solace, he admonished the Muslim Ummah in the state to sustain the spirit of peaceful existence and unity of purpose, as they join other Muslims across the globe to celebrate the Eid-el-Fitr.

Eulogizing the uncommon love and genuine affinity that is embedded between the Muslims, Christians and faithful of other religions in the state, he asserted that tolerance and love for one another has become a time honoured tradition that the people of Taraba have lived with.

“It’s on record that Taraba is a state with a history of religious tolerance. The people in my state has made their religious differences an insignificant factor in their socio-economic activities.

“This is a very interesting situation that needs to be encouraged at all times. And I wish to appreciate our religious leaders for upholding this tradition.

“I believe that this fasting in the month of Ramadan, which our Muslim brothers have endured, with its attendant spiritual benefits, will also go a long way in fostering our common affinity and our unwavering resolve to live together peacefully, tolerating one another, even on the face of our human inadequacies, for the common good of the state,” he stated

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