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Nigeria’s democracy faulty – Gbenga Daniel

Previous Governor of Ogun State, OtunbaGbenga Daniel has blamed the democratic government in Nigeria as a framework that can’t achieve the best in all circles of their national intrigue. He believes that Nigeria has seen no progress in its development since the 1960s. As per him, no country can flourish with a static belief system, particularly in this cutting edge age. That is the reason Nigeria’s democratic system must be explored by method for rebuilding or else it will give more space for emergencies, injustice, and corruption.

Communism and Socialism as political governance systems are not acceptable in Nigeria. On the off chance even in a democratic form of majority party rule of government, it doesn’t seem to work. It has just made individuals more unfortunate and miserable. This is the very reason for collective disapproval by various legislators against the present system and hence is clamoring for rebuilding the system which will address the difficulties confronted by the country and provide meaningful and significant answers for the improvement of the general population.

One thing that has always been focused is that it is smarter to leave the stage sufficiently early for the more youthful age to think of new ideas and come up with innovative thoughts and contribute those towards building of the country rather than the more seasoned ones sitting tight and checking years which most African pioneers have been denounced.

The Governor of Ekiti State, Dr. KayodeFayemi, who was spoken to by Akin Oyebode (Jnr.) conveyed the address titled; ‘Fixing the Economy’, ‘Less Politics More Substance’ which had previous Governor of Abia State and Senator Dr. Orji UzorKalu as the Chairman. Exceptional Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina, was the Guest of Honor while a University dean, Professor Akin Onigbinde conveyed the keynote address and graced the occasion.

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