OBIORA IFOH, Abuja
Mrs. Eunice Atuejide, a female Presidential aspirant on the platform of National Interest Party (NIP), has revealed why Nigeria’s economy is still in mess.
Eunice disclosed this in Abuja while declaring her intention to contest the presidential seat during 2019 general elections.“The major problem behind the nation’s growth is vested interest. Politicians have genuine manifestos that can solve the nation’s problems but vested interest won’t allow its implementation,” she said.
The aspirant and economic expert, who promised to save the country from the imminent collapse, through what she termed “Pragmatic Action” especially in the area of economy and insecurity which has riddled many parts of the country, noted that Nigerians needed to jointly tackle vested interest.
“We all need to fight this vested interest in Nigeria by consciously fighting for the interest of every Nigerian or our tribes including those ones that are seemingly bad.“The hurdles can only be surmounted when people of integrity are elected into political offices”, adding her party would not give leadership to its members who have nothing to offer its people.
She continued, “Treat everyone interest with details to allow everyone feel represented to know there is somebody in there fighting for their interest.“I promise that my administration would not focus on any ethnic group or religion because nobody’s interest is superior to another person.
“I believe that the complexity of Nigeria can be broken down to a deliberate attempt to keep us divided by the men and women governing us till date.“Men and women would are ruled by greed and by an overwhelming degree of selfishness. People who go into government simply to chop their portions of the national cake.
“People who go into government to pay lip service to the manifestos they give the electorates to get them voted into power. “Remove these people from power in Nigeria, and we will see how much we have in common and how easy It is to live in peace and harmony with ourselves despite our perceived difference”, she said.
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