My next President should not be the one that services the political pipelines at the expense of the larger majority, one that has no empathy for the vulnerable and for the values and culture of others.
My next President should see the entire country as the President’s constituency, not the President that would build infrastructures for areas where the President got higher votes.
My next President should be courageous enough to take responsibility for the present and not blame the predecessor for today’s realities.
The next President must be the one that can speak on all contemporary issues and understands that when a Nigerian goes to bed hungry, it means that all Nigerians are also going to bed hungry.
My next President should believe that every Nigerian child and mother survives at birth and that our children have unrestrained access to quality education, qualitative health, and social welfare benefits, which would help create a productive workforce for the future.
My next President should not be installed by the courts but by the people and one who understands the sufferings of the people where even if out of employment, everybody can eat daily.
My next President shall be one who will treat our people and our security agencies with respect and humility. My next President should motivate the people and not allow the government spokespersons to talk down on Nigerians.
My next President should find a permanent solution to ASUU collective bargaining issues and the perennial industrial actions. Lastly, the next President shall ensure that we produce petroleum products in Nigeria and there shall never be a cycle of fuel queues for the entire four years cycle.
As you read this post, kindly also add Who and what vision you want for your next President. But please, in expressing your views, let us not use words that would not bring kola from the pockets. This is a social agenda setting. Grace and peace!!!
Is this not one of the reasons the autonomous Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU) of the EFCC was created?
Why is it that South Africa could investigate their sitting Presidents and Administrators and we cannot do it here? Just wondering.