Ajadi Greets Nigerians At New Year, Charges Them To Be More Participative In Governance - Global Quest Magazine



Sunday, December 31, 2023

Ajadi Greets Nigerians At New Year, Charges Them To Be More Participative In Governance

By Cami Ezenwa

Ambassador Olufemi Ajadi Oguntoyinbo has released his New Year message, calling on Nigerians to be more participative in governance.
Ajadi who is the gubernatorial candidate of the New Nigeria People's Party (NNPP) in Ogun State, told Nigerians that if there was anything to feature in their new year resolutions, that it should be increased interest in the nation's electoral process.

This he said was a sure way of strengthening the process and ensuring the emergence of credible individualsvand also good governance.

Ajadi, a national youth advocate and chieftain of the NNPP  while acknowledging the resilience and industry of Nigerian youths, urged them to continue to identify with positive forces in the country and be ready to contribute their quota towards the nation's political growth.

He encouraged them to join forces with the NNPP across the country as a way of rescuing the country from corrupt and inept leaders.
" It is on record that Nigerian youths have been deceived all these while by selfish politicians who discard them after riding on their backs to power 
"The time has come for Nigerian youths to say no to such selfish politicians and join forces with politicians who are genuinely interested in their welfare and the collective advancement of the Nigerian nation".

He said the NNPP, as its name suggests stands for a reinvigorated Nigeria where things would work.

He said it had also  articulated a sustainable inclusive  programme for youths, women and children to enable them unleash their potentials and energies towards the development of the country, and.the.actualisation of their personal aspirations.

"While I great the millions of hardworking women and youths in our country for the opportunity of seeing 2024, I urge them to close ranks with right-minded parties across the land to bring about positive change in the country.

" God has endowed them and prepared them for such a time as this, so they should identity with genuine goals and intentions of liberating the land for real and sustainable development.
"That is why I talk about playing participative role in the governance of our state and country ", he said.

Ambassador Ajadi said as an individual entrepreneur and philanthropist, that he would be unfolding some employment generation, wealth-creation and capacity -building programmes to help engage Nigerian youths and women in the new year.
"It is all part of the effort to reduce the level of poverty and suffering amongst our people.
"We did some interventions in the Yuletide, we will continue to reach out and support people, as our God blesses us.
"And I pray and believe God that it will be a good year for all of us", he prayed.

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