A Civil Society Organisation, We2gedaNG, says bad leadership is affecting Nigeria and its institutions, hence its resolve to float a new political movement that will include youth inclusion.
The organisation, however, said it would organise a three-day symposium on good governance, exemplary leadership and youth inclusion in Minna, Niger State capital to usher in the movement.
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A statement by the convener, Ibrahim Hussain Abdulkarim, said the programme would aim at changing the course of bad leadership and championing the leadership paradigm shift in Nigeria.
“The programme is part of multiple iterations featuring symposiums on the need for the public to understand the motives behind we2geda, its visions, missions and some of its interventions on the polity,” he said.
Abdulkarim added that there was no better time to mobilise, sensitise and involve Nigerians, irrespective of religious, ethnic, gender and class sensitivities.
“Nigeria deserves better leadership, responsive and committed individuals that would foster remarkable interactive leadership.
“We2geda is ready to lead the way on this noble journey of rescuing Nigeria. And we are inviting all Nigerians irrespective of age and gender to join hands with us for a better, prosperous Nigeria,” he said.