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2 Things Northerners Should Learn From Sheikh Khalid After He Spoke Out On Buhari Administration

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The Chief Imam of Apo Legislative Quarters Juma’at mosque, Abuja, Sheikh Muhammad Khalid was one of the Islamic leader who trended on the social media after he voiced out concerning what is happening in the current administration of President Buhari.

According to Punch newspaper, during an interview he revealed to the general public that If he voiced out his opinion during the (Goodluck) Jonathan administration and he doesn't comment with what is happening now because he shares the same religion and ethic inclination with the President, then he is a hypocrite.

There are 2 good lessons every northerner should learn from Sheikh Mohammed.

1. Northener Should Emulate His Stand For A Better Nigeria.

Sheikh Khalid is using his position to speak out his mind to federal government for better governance for the good people of Nigeria. He also urged the current administration to look for ways to tackle the level of insecurity in the country to make it safe for everyone. Sheikh Mohammed also gave an hint in the next general election, he said Nigerians should vote for the polician who will stop the agitation of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Oodua people because of their threat to the unity of the country.

2. Northeners Should Emulate Praying For Their Leaders Always.

Sheikh Mohammad also revealed he has been praying for President Buhari, he said he has been praying to God for Him to allow our President to fulfil his promises to Nigerians.

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The Sheikh has shown that we should all remove sentiments in politics when its time for us to demand better governance from politicians who are serving us.

As we all know, leadership is not easy we should be praying for our rulers and at the same time we should make sure we voiced out when things are not going well.

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