By Daniel Njienue, July 14, 2020, News/Comments.
Speaking with Afrikanwatch network is the Director and Chief Executive Officer, Universal Education Service, United Kingdom, Samuel Taiwo Brown, who is also the founder, Nigerian Progressive Alliance Forum, (NPAF);a political group in UK, has advised Nigerians to have hope and faith in the Nigerian dream. Stating however, that the country’s leadership lacks vision and direction, hence, a better synergy is needed for change and transformation.
He made this known when briefing Afrikanwatch Network on a telephone conversation from UK last week, noting that, NPAF is a Forum turning into a political party, and the Forum tends to take back Nigeria from cabals and godfatherism. “We need to reset Nigerian value system, and restructure the country to a noble society, obedient to the rule of law ,religious tolerance, and disregard for corruption in the Country.” he reiterated.
Giving detailed insight on how they intend they operate in the country, he said:”Our focus will include a reform in the Nigerian Institutions away from corruption .We will ensure that the constitution is amended to accommodate just-a bi-camera legislature. However, we will create a new network and a new way of catering for all Nigerians, by ensuring social security and welfare for citizens, create better employment opportunities for our young men and women, abolish cabalistic system, and godfatherism, therefore, we ask all Nigerian youths, and University students to come together to wipe away the cabals, to wipe away political sycophants and create a workable system”
“Furthermore, one of the systems, NPAF will use is peaceful revolution by employing all political strategy to capture power peacefully. Enough is enough. Nigeria can be better off, if we all work together. Thus, we must not lose hope but believe in our ideology of restructuring Nigeria. We are going to take a queue from former President Goodluck Jonathan’s national conference and other reforms that has been used to better our country in the past. I wish all Nigerians the best of luck, while we call on the youth, working class and every other good citizens of this great nation to join us to make Nigeria a progressive society.
Also speaking on the need to reposition the Country’s educational system, Taiwo noted, that the last time Nigeria had a reform on education was in 1969, wondering why Buhari’s government failed to cut down parental financial burden in the school system, but NPAF will do the needful if given the opportunity with new and bold idea. ” We will donate so much in girl child education to reform our girls by preparing them for the future and also reform all sexual law, engage our graduate after school apart from NYSC, and seek for better restructuring of the Corps. Other areas we will focus will be, better Health Care system delivering, youth development, Almajiri’s reform, banking, etc” he stated
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