Apostolic leader identifies corrupt and selfish politicians as Nigeria’s challenge — Nigeria — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News


The retraining of corrupt and selfish leaders has been identified as a major problem plaguing Nigeria, so there is an urgent need to make room for competent and capable young leaders with strong ideologies to lead the country.

The Chairman of the Ibeno Zone/Superintendent of the Apostolic Church of Nigeria Major City Area, Akwa Ibom Territory, Apostle Ime Etukudo, made the statement on Sunday during a conversation with The Guardian.

Etukudo expressed the need to break the cabal of leaders and change the country’s political strategies to make room for young people.

He said the timely solution the country needs is a vibrant young youth with viable solutions to Nigeria’s problem and a leader, who will not be constantly on medical tourism to address health challenges.

Etukudo urged Nigerians to avoid monetary policy and vote for candidates with ideas to fight corruption, revamp refineries and build new ones.

He lamented the rise in unemployment and the lack of infrastructure such as a road network.

“There are good young leaders who will lead this country well; let a new breed of leadership come in and start something over in this country. We should stop recycling old politicians. Corrupt leaders still coming to power are our problem at 62. No political ideologies, no leaders who can bring new ideas. We should also stop the politics of money, but ensure that the right people come to power.

Etukudo called for the zoning of all political offices, stressing that no section of the country should retain power.

He called on the electorate to come out in droves in the elections and vote for candidates who have the best interests of the people at heart.

In a similar vein, the Presiding Pastor of Victory Life Bible Church (VLBC), Apostle Lawrence Achudume, urged Nigerians to have hope in the country.

Schedule called on Nigerians to stop praising political office holders, saying many of them lack governance skills and competencies.


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