Political System Ensures Worst Nigerians Become Leaders -Group
A pro-democracy group, #Citizens Searching for a President 2023, has launched a nationwide search for a credible and patriotic Nigerian who will work for the good of all and “will not give excuses.”
Group leader Tom Abulu, who spoke in an interview in Abuja on Saturday, said the organization, which is a pro-Nigerian non-profit, non-political and non-religious group, remains passionate and determined to change. the recruitment of leaders. process in Nigeria for the better.
He said: “Since independence in 1960, our common heritage has been mismanaged by a body of individuals who, for the most part, were ill-prepared, or, at best, accidental rulers.
“The political system we have had has also gone a long way in ensuring that the worst of us get into leadership positions, either by buying their way or by rigging the system to take office.
“We have decided to say enough is enough. It is time to bring Nigeria out of the brink of extinction.
“We can begin to do this by ensuring that only men and women of proven integrity have the opportunity to exercise leadership at the highest level.
“To that end, ahead of the 2023 general election, we are launching a campaign to seek out a man or woman who has what it takes to manage our diversity as a nation to harness the unique qualities that abound throughout of this period. nation to enable us to take our rightful place within the community of nations.
The group argued that most Nigerians agree that the system we have today is not working and that we all deserve better than what we are getting now.
He further said, “Poverty and insecurity have become the new normal that should be the case with the right kind of leader.
“We intend to take advantage of the technology and launch our research nationwide. We will announce the potential winner when they are found at an event that will be broadcast live on all platforms.
“We will receive and process applications which will go through rigorous selection processes in conjunction with our partners in a transportation way.”