Nigerian Diaspora Academics and Campaign for Democracy, a group in the United Kingdom and Europe, has pleaded with incoming president, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, to lead Nigerians out of the bad economic and insecurity situations in the next four years.
Dan Farauta, the president of the group, expressed these concerns in a statement in Kaduna on Monday, warned Tinubu that the votes given to him was not for absenteeism or ghost president.
The group stated that what Nigerians need at this critical juncture of their existence as a people is the person that would be physically available to salvage the country and emancipate them from neocolonialism and brigandage of looters that had invaded the country both internally and externally.
The group noted, “Nigerians have invested their political franchise for you which led to your victory in the just concluded presidential election.”
The statement also explained that at the moment, Nigeria as a country is badly divided along different strata and was at the brink of collapse due to the current government’s mismanagement of the commonwealth and resources.
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