National Stakeholders Meeting - Q1 2021

15 Apr
Venue: NCM Headquaters, Lagos.

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It is already over 2 decades down the line and our hopes are still hanging in the balance. Elections and re-elections have taken place. But our hopes remained dashed. Nigerians are still hungry. The country remains sick and lacking in all indices of development.

Poverty, unemployment, poor health care system, embattled educational system, dead-traps roads, poor housing system, high level of insecurity, lack of press freedom, human rights violations, low minimum wage, low power supply and ceaseless bloodletting. The list is ad infinitum.

The country is presently bedeviled by all kinds of ills. The internal pressures are pushing it towards implosion. Nigeria is at the cross roads. Nigeria is at the precipice. Nigeria requires urgent leadership intervention without which it faces doom of break down or break up
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