A former Presidential aspirant under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Tochukwu Ukadike, has advised Nigerians to elect credible leaders who will better their lot.
Chief Ukadike gave the advise while declaring his interest to contest in the 2019 Presidential Election under the platform of the PDP to newsmen in Abuja.
Stating that his motive is to serve the people, the PDP aspirant said that priority should be given to the education sector if the country is to move forward.
He however blamed the woes of Nigerian on bad leadership stressing that things can only change when people with integrity and accountability are elected into office.
He said –
“The chronicles of our leadership voyage as a nation show clear that Nigeria has been unfortunate in terms of governance.
The bug of ill-governance has doubtlessly eaten voraciously at the threads of development which ordinarily should have been utilized in building a great nation.
The resultant challenge and pains of this poor governance are self-evident and can be palpably felt across all sectors.
Presently, we do not have a functional health system. From the Aso Rock clinic to the healthcare centers in rural communities, the case is one and the same; no modern health equipment, no decent facilities, no pharmaceuticals, inadequate manpower and all.’’