*Launches “Yes, We Can Make Nigeria Great Again” Campaign
A concerned Nigerian in Diaspora, Mr Akib Abiola is set to launch “Yes, We Can Make Nigeria Great Again” campaign come January, 2018.
His target audience is Nigerians in Diaspora.
According to Mr Abiola, the campaign is “a worldwide initiative to get Nigerians in Diaspora to be involved in the 2019 elections and to run for offices.”
The objective is to “would support and sponsor Nigerians in Diaspora as candidates for every elective office.”
Speaking further about the campaign, in a memo he sent to Elombah.com, he stated:
“We are going to shape the future of Nigeria from now on. We want to make Nigeria better for every Nigerian.
“Please join the movement if you believe that Nigerians at home deserves the good life and the great amenities that their counterparts are enjoying in America, Europe and UAE.
“The revolution to change Nigeria and make it great starts from here. We would not sit idle anymore while corrupt and inept politicians run Nigeria aground.
“Not too long ago, Nigeria was the model and a shining star on the hill where royals from the Saudi Arabia came for medical treatments and citizens from Ghana and South Africa rushed to for opportunity for a better life.
“Today, the reverse is the situation in Nigeria.
“Since 1983, over $500 billion has been looted out of Nigeria by corrupt politicians, military generals, government officials and unscrupulous business executives.
“My group and I have been able to uncover $138 billion of the looted money and assets. We are determined to get this money repatriated to Nigeria by all means necessary.
“We would invest 10 million Naira from this recovery in every Nigerian. This is how we are planning to rebuild Nigeria and make it great again.
May God bless our great country Nigeria!”
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