Dr. Olusegun Mimiko, a former governor of Ondo State, and Mr. Kola Oyeneyin, chairman of the Opportunistic Global Fund, have encouraged the next administration to be prepared to “roll up its sleeves” and deal with the diversity-related problems that have eroded the nation’s social fabric.
Speaking at the “Good Governance and Accountability” Dare Adeboye Foundation Change and Development Forum at Redemption Camp in Ogun State, the duo insisted that the theme is extremely appropriate because leadership creates strong institutions and good governance in every developed country.
Mimiko lamented that Nigeria has replaced India as the world’s center of poverty in his remarks: “Nigeria seems to be at the bottom of all development statistics. The 133 million impoverished people numbers accurately represent the situation in our nation.
Any visitor must be willing to get dirty since economic growth encompasses more than job creation initiatives. It is wealth generation for the people.
We also cannot afford the slogan of 97 to 5% that I said. Each region of this nation must be represented, and everyone deserves a significant place under the new administration.
“So, we need to protect our nation. Increasing the size and effectiveness of our law enforcement forces by, among other things, training and compensation. These are only a few steps that need to be implemented to safeguard Nigeria.
Pastor Leke Adeboye, the Senior Personal Assistant to the General Overseer of the RCCG, stated that the Foundation’s goal was to impact lives by strengthening the country, promoting God’s kingdom, and forwarding his vision, which has now become Nigeria’s vision.
“The Foundation had been pushing the boundaries of touching lives directly through individual impact, community-based impact, and national development through initiatives of Kingdom advancement, youths’ empowerment, education, leadership, and governance, sanitation and clean water initiatives.”