The need for electorates to vote for a leader that would articulate policies and an effective blueprint geared towards fostering the unity and corporate existence of the nation as well as strengthening the deteriorating economy has been stressed.
Mr. Kwalekeme Cletus, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Delta State and the National Coordinator of Buhari Must Rule Again, which he championed in 2018 and 2019, stated this in Asaba while fielding questions from journalists on his presidential ambition.
He said that his administration would provide massive employment for teeming youths in the country, noting that his government, if elected, would tackle poverty.
Mr. Kwalekeme Cletus, who described his presidential ambition as a divine project, narrated how God revealed to him that he was going to be the next president of Nigeria and that when his ambition was actualised he would build a new Nigeria through his party, the APC.
He identified empowerment and job creation for youths as two of the solutions to insecurity in the country, adding that he would make Nigeria reclaim its lost glory even as he advocated that there should be more compensation for the oil producing communities.
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The Presidential hopeful, who hails from Tamingbe in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State, said that it was important for technocrats to participate in politics and aspire for leadership positions for the purpose of effective representation and good governance.
He said that he would run a country where there would be peaceful coexistence among Christians and Muslims, saying that all religions were important and there should be no discrimination among them for the overall benefit of the country.
Mr. Kwalekeme Cletus explained that for Nigeria’s economy to grow such that the value of the naira would increase, there was a need to increase the level of export of products to other countries in order to increase our foreign earnings.
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He said that over 80% of the nation’s crude oil proceeds were being syphoned through illegal oil refineries, popularly known as “Oil Bunkering”, stressing that no single crude oil should be taken anywhere for refining, but rather the refinaries in the country should be functional.