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SDP Flagbearer Says Fixing Nigeria Is Collective

The Presidential Candidate of the Social Democratic Party, SDP, Prince Adewole Adebayo, says for the nation to surmount its numerous challenges, all hands must be on deck.

Prince Adebayo stated this at a forum with the theme, “Fixing the future conversations” in Abuja

He stressed that to fix Nigeria, the government and Nigerians must avoid damaging it further.

“To fix anything, you have to avoid damaging it further, which means that you have to be a subject matter expert in what you are fixing. You have to know what went wrong” he added.

“If we go with the same attitude from the previous elections, we will get at best the same result and most likely a worst result”

“The problem of Nigeria is the lack of truth. We don’t like the truth, of course we like some truth if it is the truth against somebody but if it’s the truth against us, we don’t like it” Prince Adebayo stated.

“We also want to do justice but we don’t want justice that costs us anything. Everything is wrong with the other person, but nothing is ever wrong with us”

“ if we want to fix Nigeria, we must make up our minds.

“Our country is not a difficult country to live in and run, what the country has gone through is deliberate sabotage.

“We can fix the problem today if we want to fix it. We are not attracting talent in government. People are in government because of money. The young people have no excuse anymore because the political space is now open unlike when we were being beaten by the military,” Adebayo added.

He therefore called on all well meaning Nigerians to join hands and collectively vote a candidate with determination to fix the country during the 2023 general election.

The book reviewer, Father Cornelius Omonokhus, on his part said that Nigeria is suffering because a few persons have stolen the future of the masses.

Father Omonokhus added that no nation can be fixed in the face of injustice and corruption.

The author of the book, Ekpa Stanley Ekpa stressed that he was propelled by the reason that for Nigerians to build an enduring country, everyone has a responsibility to fix the failures of the country.

“The book is about building a civic culture of patriotism, productivity, community engagement, responsibility and service to our customers country”

Report By Georgina Humphrey,Edited by Grace Namiji

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