Ahead of the forthcoming Nigerian general elections, a former lawmaker, Shehu Sani, has warned that electing a wrong leader would plunge the country into another four years of darkness.
Sani also called on Nigerians to be guided by their conscience and experience and elect a competent leader.
His statement was contained on Tuesday in a post via his verified Twitter handle.
Sani, also a social critic, urged Nigerians not to allow religious leaders to mislead them.
“On Saturday, this country has a date with history. Don’t vote for a candidate because your mosques or churches asked you to do so. Be guided by your conscience and experience & elect a competent leader. A wrong choice is another 4 years of journey into darkness,” he tweeted.