BAD LEADERSHIP IS THE BANE OF NIGERIA’S CRISIS

The former Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Attahiru Jega, has stated that bad leadership is the bane of Nigeria’s crisis.

During the Maitama Sule Leadership Lecture Series, organised by the Students Wing of Coalition of Northern Groups on Monday, November 15, Jega stated that bad leadership is at the foundation of the nation’s security and economic challenges.

According to him, “The fundamental basis of all the crises we have in Nigeria be it social, political or economic is a crisis of leadership. These days, we have leaders who are selfish, narrow-minded and those who lack the intellectual capacity to lead Nigeria.

“But you as youths of Nigeria have the responsibility of coming together and realise that Nigeria actually belongs to you. I know some of you are facing disappointments and agonies while some of you are even tired of hearing that you are the future leaders of Nigeria,” he said.

Similarly, in aligning with Jega’s statement, the Coalition of Northern Groups spokesperson, Abdul-Azeez Suleiman added that:

“Our North at present is led by people poorly-prepared and ill-equipped to lead except for their ambitions for power and ill-acquisition of fantastic wealth, leaving our people at the mercy of armed crime and unforgivable poverty.

“Many of those who pose as our leaders today are people who will prefer to leave the bulk of Northerners in poverty, fighting each other so that they can continue to manipulate us during elections.

 “Only the North can solve its problems, but as should be obvious by now, not all Northern leaders are committed enough to work to solve our basic socio-cultural problems, our regressing economy or address our precarious future.”

Credit: Eons Intelligence

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