At Last, A Credible Alternative To Move Nigeria Forward

Ayo Da-silva a healthcare administrator in the US after so many pressures from groups, associations and many well meaning Nigerians across the globe has finally agreed to run for the Presidency of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the upcoming 2019 election in Nigeria.
He made this declaration this weekend Friday April 20, 2018 while speaking to a crowd of Nigerian indigenes who trooped out in large numbers to hear him speak at the Nigerian Secretariat complex in Southfield, Michigan. Ayo Da-silva formally declares his readiness to be the next President of Nigeria come May 29, 2019 in order to redress the problems facing Nigeria and her citizens. He identified the cardinal problem of our country as bad leadership, greed, self-centeredness and avarice, which, according to him have brought our nation to its knees; adding that if we continue to stand by and watch from the sidelines, there might not be a tomorrow for our beloved country. He lamented that at independence in 1960, the world looked up to Nigeria as the most populous black nation to become the superpower for the black race but instead our country began to crumble with our cocoa farms, groundnut pyramids, palm oil trees disappearing and our culture became polluted. Da-silva pointing out that our forefathers will be reeling in their graves knowing that the country they fought for is now in shambles and so backward and corrupt. He decried the use of religious and tribal sentiments by our leaders to divide and enslave the masses such that they rob the nation blind. He now says “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH”.

The aspirant struck a new tone when he said “a nation where its people can’t sleep with both eyes closed cannot be a productive nation. He feels upset that our leaders so far have failed to provide the right diagnoses” for the problems of the country." 

The American based presidential aspirant stressed passionately that the problem of our country is rooted in joblessness, which in turn leads to poverty. Poverty subsequently leads to insecurity. He reasoned that there is a direct relationship between poor health and educational system, joblessness, poverty, and insecurity, and stated that once we “remove joblessness/unemployment including non-payment of salaries, poverty will go down and insecurity problem will disappear.” He decried how the ineffectiveness of our leadership has turned our country into a state of uncertainty. Ayo Da-silva maintained that joblessness and corruption is the product of inept leadership and assured all that he will take care of these problems. 

The Presidential aspirant informed the audience that he is ready to remodel our country to the same standards which our people enjoy in the United States, Canada, Europe and part of Asia. He pledged to re-engineer Nigeria and bring the kind of change people can best imagine. He maintains that under his leadership, poverty will be stamped out in his first 100 days, stressing that his economic team has put out a robust plan of self-sustenance agricultural development that will make farming attractive such that the sector will be producing millionaire farmers.

He pledged that under his leadership, the menace of Boko Haram and Fulani herdsmen will be obliterated such that Nigeria will no longer be a safe haven for terrorist or any other incessant group. Da-silva further pledged to reorganize and rebuild the country to a world class standard so that it will comparable to any advanced country. He accused some Nigerian leaders of using religion and tribe as tools to destabilize Nigeria by planting fears in the minds of the people and reaffirm his determination to transform the healthcare programs in the country to the level practiced in North America by ensuring that the current system is revamped to make healthcare delivery accessible to all Nigerians.

Ayo Da-Silva described Nigeria as fortunate in terms of available human and material resources, vowing that he will put the resources to good uses. He assured all Nigerians that he will strengthen and diversify the economy, improve education, and re-engineer government to better serve the people. He further pledged to maintain an environment that is business friendly pointing out that it is time for real and enduring solutions to ensure that we are taking the right steps to create opportunities for our children and future generations. 

He therefore urge all Nigerians to join his “SAVE NIGERIA CONGRESS” (SNC) and support his agenda for the rapid transformation of Nigeria and the well-being of her citizens.

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