The Former President of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has shared his ideas concerning the direction Nigeria is heading.
Based on the previous head of state, Nigeria is transferring backwards as a substitute of it transferring ahead and making progress.
Based on him, the nation is expertise all these simply due to its management type that places household and mates, acquaintances over benefit, means and functionality to ship.
The report, in line with the Tribune, has the previous president share his ideas concerning the topic as he spoke on the Palace of the Emir of Bauchi throughout a one-day working go to to Bauchi state.
He indicated that for a person to be appointed to an workplace or given a accountability at the moment in Nigeria, she or he should know somebody who’s a prime official and this,
in his sole view, is admittedly dragging the nation backwards.
In his submission, he said;
“In Nigeria, we have this tradition where some people feel that some ministries are big and juicy and must be given to a special person or that you have to know someone before you give him a responsibility role or put him somewhere.
It is not like that with me, it is not my way of doing things.”
Not long ago, the former president spoke about whether he will be contesting for the 2023 elections.
The former president rubbished claims that he will be contesting stating that he is committed to serving God, humanity, Africa and the world to the best of his ability and with all sense of commitment and sincerity.
He made this known when he paid the governor of Bayelsa state, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa a condolence visit after he lost his father, Sir Okorie Okowa.
“I believe that with the commitment of the governors and the Federal Government, we will be able to address the issue of insecurity in the country.
I believe that the President himself is not sleeping and that the governors are not sleeping as well over the insecurity challenge in the country.
As long as the governors, the President and all the security agencies can work together, Nigeria will be able to cross over this very ugly phase of societal evolution”.