Vice president Yomi Osinbajo is someone who has all it takes to become president and take this country to greater heights. Apart from being a professor in the field of Law, he is also an Economist who knows how the mechanics of governance works. He delivers intellectual talks in business and political forums and offer advice that is economically, politically and socially workable and acceptable in our contemporary sociopolitical space. Then I wonder, why Nigerians especially the Youths who are supposed to garner support for this man refused to do so, instead we look up to the same recycled old and sick men who live by the grace of good and functional health system abroad to come and lead us. We criticise just because we are not the ones there. We curse, hate and chastise politicians not because we are good either but because we are not directly benefiting from the rot in the system. Those drumming support for a particular leader in the south west today do so not because he is the best brain but because they will be beneficiary of the rotten system. I am not from the South West neither do I have any connection with any of these politicians. All I want is a functional system. A system that will functions with good roads, health system, employment, small and medium enterprises (SME), robust economy with a strong Naira and most importantly someone who will unify this country. Osinbajo have toured virtually all the states of this country, even states governed by the opposition parties, commissioning projects and building bridges. He will be a unifying factor that Nigeria needs at this critical stage for it's survival and not some ethnic jingoistic politicians parading themselves as leaders who wants to preside over this complex entity called Nigeria. It is time for the Youths to rise and take back what rightly belongs to them and build a country we all can be proud of.