The Presidential candidate of Labour Party LP, Peter Obi, has commented on the process through which leaders get elected into office.
He made this comment via his official twitter page.
Obi stated that the means by which leaders get elected into office, is important than their accomplishments after being elected.
He adviced that, If leaders seek to be called Your Excellency after been elected, then the process through which they were elected should also be excellent or sufficiently credible to generate the required confidence and moral authority to govern and lead.
He further stated that peace can't be built on a faulty foundation.
"The process through which people are elected into office is as important (if not more important) than what they do thereafter with the office and authority.
"If we seek to be called Your Excellency, then the process through which we are elected should also be excellent or sufficiently credible to generate the required confidence and moral authority to govern and lead.
"Peace can't be built on a faulty foundation"
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