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Why I Will Be Nigeria’s Next President – Felix Osakwe | READ DETAILS


Why I Will Be Nigeria’s Next President – Felix Osakwe | READ DETAILS

A one time People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential aspirant, Felix Osakwe has vowed that he would be Nigeria’s next President. He made this statement after he submitted the Action Alliance’s (AA) Expression of Interest and Nomination forms.

Felix Osakwe
Felix Osakwe

Felix Osakwe was once a People’s Democratic Party presidential aspirant in the year 2019 and had decided to join the 2023 presidential race under the party of Action Alliance (AA).

According to him, in the company of party faithful and supporters, he will emerge as the next democratically elected President of Nigeria and would be sworn in on May 29, 2023, by God’s grace he added.

He stressed that the nation needed a versatile and widely respected, and exposed personality who would lead the country out of the woods, stating that Nigeria is bedevilled by leaders who are bereft of ideas on how to lead a modern nation-state.

He further added that security, education, massive youth empowerment and capacity building, integration and peaceful collaboration of all segments of the Nigerian society, job creation and employment through massive capacity, would be his major priorities.

Inclusively he said: “Food sufficiency shouldn’t be a major plague in a nation with the vast arable land as Nigeria and to this. My administration will ensure Nigerians produce massively what they consume and even export to nations of the world.

“The refineries will work effectively, we shall link the Nigerian gas resources with the west for massive foreign exchange and force down the dollar rate for our people to live prosperously. We shall attack the monolithic nature of our economy and diversify the same to build a strong and virile nation from the ashes of the obviously misgoverned nation.

“Nigerians irrespective of who they are or where they come from will be given equal opportunities to grow and develop as we shall unlock their potential and the destiny of our nation. These are duties we owe posterity, the duty of birthing a new Nigeria in a new vision and mission that will undoubtedly catapult our motherland to a new height in the contemporary world and we cannot afford to fail.”


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