The Senate president, Dr Bukola Saraki, today while giving a keynote address in a dialogue for young aspirants under the Aegis of ”Not too young to run” made the declaration to run for the Country’s highest political office.
Sarak, who recently dumped the ruling All Progressive Party to the People’s Democratic Party said the need to yield to the teeming cry of the masses made him want to run for Presidency.
He then went ahead to highlight some of the serious challenges encountered by Nigerians but which the present administration ha7ve not been able to fix. He promised to fix all this if elected into power.
See challenges below:
1.He said poverty,hunger and lack of education have almost become a norm with with Nigerians.
2.He said unemployment is also one other area which the present administration have not been able to tackle.
3.He also said that it is time for Nigerians to rebuild the nation with new leadership.
4.He equally said that the economy is broken and needs a quick fix.
5.He then submitted by saying that the nation has now, more than ever, witnessed divisions along regional, religious and ethnic lines, a situation he believes should be addressed urgently in order for the nation to grow.