Professor Chris Imumolen, a presidential candidate for the Accord Party (AP), has boasted about his prospects in the 2023 general election.
Goldennewsng reports that the youngest presidential candidate stated in a statement on Wednesday that he represents “the today and the future.”
According to the AP flagbearer, he represents the current generation of leaders who are prepared to alter the status quo through determined and purposeful leadership.
He wrote, “I want to be given the opportunity to serve Nigeria and return her to the path of sustainable growth and development while I am at my peak as a young man who will be 40 next year.”
“In their 40s, four of my co-candidates for president—Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Atiku Abubakar, Peter Obi, and Rabiu Kwankwaso—served in various government positions.
Tinubu, who was in his 40s at the time, was governor of Lagos State from 1999 to 2007. The same applies to Peter Obi in Anambra State and Kwankwaso in Kano State. Likewise, they were in their 40s.
We have been informed that Atiku left his position as Deputy Comptroller General at Nigeria Customs on April 30, 1989, at the age of 43. The age of 40 has a magical quality to it.
“At that time, a man and a leader are at their most powerful. A period he has all the strength, capacity and common sense to work and do his absolute best for the improvement of his kin.
“I am also on the verge of that magical age of forty at which I am willing, able, and available to serve my people and leave a mark of quality leadership behind,” she added.
“I should be allowed to use the next eight years of my life to serve this country and make it a better place for all of us at this time,” I said. I should be leaving a better and wealthier nation, if God wills it.
“A nation with electricity available round-the-clock; where insecurity will no longer be a problem. a nation that will prosper and live in peace; where the Academic Staff Union of Nigerian Universities (ASUU) will no longer be conducting frequent strikes.
A nation where Nigerians would prefer to remain and work there rather than emigrate to far-flung nations in search of better jobs and lives.
A nation in which diverse ethnic nationalities will find it easier to unite than to divide as a result of the dawn of a new era of inclusive governance.
It will be possible for young people to succeed in their chosen fields of endeavor in a nation where they will find positive expression opportunities.
A nation where the well-being of each citizen will no longer be taken lightly; Because a digitalized system is in place to guarantee transparency and accountability in the operation of the economy, corruption will no longer have such a strong foothold.
“The rule of law will be activated and made to work in the true sense of the word in a country where the concept of sacred cows and impunity would not be allowed a leeway.
“A nation in which massive civil service reforms will result in the natural death of official red tape and excruciating bureaucracy.
A nation where the well-being of our security personnel will be the highest priority; where our religious and traditional rulers would play more than just an observational role because they are the grassroots support system in a democracy like ours that is growing.
“A nation in which our hospitals, clinics, dispensaries, and health centers will no longer be merely places of consultation but rather places where Nigerians can truly receive treatment for their diseases and ailments.
a nation in which primary through secondary education will be free and compulsory; where those who have put in a lot of effort to improve this nation’s image are acknowledged and rewarded. A nation that each of us would be proud to call our own.”
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