Lauretta Onochie has decided to share her opinion concerning the emergence of Kashim Shettima as Bola Tinubu's running mate. Lauretta Onochie titled her message "Efficient and effective delivery of dividends of democracy based on capacity". Lauretta Onochie then went further to expatiate by saying that she is excited with the way people are overlooking religion for 2023, she said if we can also overlook ethnicity in 2027 or 2031 then Nigeria would be a great nation.
She noted that the step Bola Tinubu has taken will reset our political thinking and those yelling at Tinubu for his nationalistic choice of running mate are doing so because of their selfish consideration, she advised that all Nigerians should support this effort of moving our country away from sentiment that serve the political elite instead of the masses. Lauretta Onochie also noted that we must continue to build on the foundation laid by president Buhari which wailer have termed nepotism.
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