During one of his submissions, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi shared his comments on the adverse effects of bad leadership on Nigeria.

According to him, bad leadership has really damaged Nigeria and he made this known in a recent submission he made when addressing some Nigerians in Toronto, Canada.

The post he made reads;

“Bad leadership has seriously damaged Nigeria; we must rescue our country and end bad governance.

Nigerian Diaspora represent a broad segment of Nigeria’s human development capital. With that population, the Diaspora family has the capacity to catapult any nation to greatness.

The Nigeria Diaspora has the capacity, and therefore must have a commensurate voice. By the 2027 elections, Nigeria Diaspora must have a voice via absentee ballots.

Our vision and mission is to give full expression to our democracy by moving our country from consumption to production.

In transforming the economy, we intend to make it more productive, thus creating employment and prosperity for millions of youths, reducing poverty in the land, addressing issues of criminality and insecurity.

We will aggressively pursue human capital development in the education and health sectors with available resources, while striving to adopt best global practices.

We will have zero tolerance for corruption, and will cut the cost of governance. Total commitment to transparency and accountability in government business is the only credible way to achieve limited to zero corruption.

We will pursue intangible assets of good governance, rule of law, security of lives and properties, through an aggressive increase in personnel and equipment, and inclusive training of operatives in our security agencies.

We will emphasize patriotism, national interest and national morale, quality of governance, political will and character as complimentary to others. We will ensure that we have these assets in place and stress asset optimization.”