Senator Jibril Walid, a moment republic Senator and Chairman, Board of Trustees (BOT), People’s Democratic Political party (PDP), has expressed confidence that the determination of the political party to regain solutions to the ongoing insecurity in the country will create many Nigerians abandon the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Fielding questions at the weekend from newsmen at a wedding ceremony reception of the son of the National President of Textiles Workers Union, Comrade John Adaji, the BOT chairman famous that Nigerians demand a regime that is committed to the industrialisation of the country.
He assured that the APC would have no alternative other than to pack out of regime when the PDP produces its presidential candidate and the zone is known to Nigerians.
Senator Walid said, “We in the People’s Democratic Political party (PDP) are real careful and hopeful in relation to the achievements and industrial evolution of Nigeria.”
He explained that they met and agreed that the national chairman of their great political party should come up from the north-central, stressing that that one had been achieved, spell other arrangements are on the way and are going to determine before long where their presidential candidate would come up from.
According to him, the next regime which he hoped is going to be the PDP regime would seem at the issue of insecurity and regain a lasting solution to it and reintroduce the country to a province of peaceful coexistence and release motion.
He opined that with the nowadays insecurity in the country, every common man and adult female knows that Nigeria is in a large job under the current regime, adding that Nigeria is in a province of disarray, but a good political political party and a good regime can solve this job of insecurity.
Senator Walid lamented that traveling by route is at present unsafe, traveling by develop is also unsafe, pointing out that those who have the money go by air, spell the common man cannot go by air, anywhere one go nowadays is not safe.
He stated that the industrial evolution in Nigeria is not going good because regime policy is not consistent over the years.
He observed that whether regime policy is consistent, Nigeria wouldn’t have been where it is nowadays, stressing that every policy needs to be consistent for a period of 5 years running.
He added that changing policy before long after implementation by the successive governments is not good for the industrial evolution of the country, stressing that whether Nigeria must be re-industrialised, regime policy on the manufacturing sector must be consistent to stand up the essay of time.
According to Comrade Adaji, Nigerians have been subjected to lamentations over comatose industries in the country, spell the land’s leaders showed little or no political Will to re-industrialise the country.
He famous that in those days of the great leaders similar Ahmadu Bello, Nnamdi Azikiwe and Obafemi Awolowo, amid others, there was competition over industrialisation of the Northward, the Westward, and the Eastern zones, lamenting that nowadays Nigerians lament the comatose industries in the country.
He said in the 70s and 80s when the population of Nigeria was much less than what we have at present, there were several industries everywhere in the country, stressing that nowadays, Nigeria has over 200 million people and cannot boast of functional industries that should triple that of the early 70s.
He famous that it is lamentation because every successive regime proved wrong in improving the state of affairs, saying that there is no policy consistent to convert the manufacturing sector.
He stressed that the implication of these comatose industries is the insecurity Nigerians are witnessing nowadays because one thing leads to some other that has also led to massive youths unemployment.
He said, “One of the solutions to this ugly state of affairs is that our leaders should develop political Will to solve these socio-economic problems. We have the manpower and the population to convert the manufacturing sector.”
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