When I Went To Sokoto, The Governor Was Personally Driving Me, But In The South, I Was Nobody – Dele Momodu

Dele Momodu

Dele Momodu, the director of strategic communication for the presidential campaign council under the PDP has expressed his opinion that the masses need someone who has the ability to carry everyone along, irrespective of where the person emerges.




The publisher of Ovation magazine who spoke to Channels Television was reacting to the issues surrounding the PDP, where he pointed out that there have been various calumny against the Hausa/Fulani which he finds it very unfair.

He said he felt like he was nobody when he tried to reach some southern governors, as they did not receive him, adding that he felt an open door when he went to Sokoto, as he was personally driven by the governor of the state.

In his words…”There is a major campaign of calumny today in Nigeria against the Hausa/Fulani which I find very dangerous. They are Nigerians, they are part of Nigerians, and elections are about figures, about numbers, so if the Hausa/Fulani are able to manage themselves better than the southerners, so be it. I was in that race. I even tried to reach some southern governors who would not receive me, whereas when you go to the north, you get this open door. I went to Sokoto, governor Tambuwal was personally driving me round. In the south, I was just like a nobody”

Momodu who stressed the need for equity, fairness and the need for coexistence between one another while noting that the Hausa/Fulani people are Nigerians and that the nature of politics centers on whoever has such an ability.

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