Good politicians don’t avoid debates, ‘Emi lo kan’ politics breeds dictatorship – Tunde Bakare
Tunde Bakare, the serving overseer of the Citadel Global Community Church, says politicians who practise the “emi lo kan” kind of politics do not intend to serve the people. Bakare spoke on Sunday during a state of the nation broadcast delivered at his church auditorium in Ikeja, Lagos. The broadcast was titled: ‘Bridging The Gap Between Politics & Governance’. Speaking on the forthcoming polls, Bakare asked Nigerians to shun vote buying and focus on politics that can spur development. Highlighting bad forms of politics, the cleric mentioned politics of division, deception, manipulation, merchandise, exploitation, betrayal, slander, intimidation, elimination, and entitlement.