2023: We Need A Strong Leader To Fight Corruption & Build Strong Institutions

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We need a strong leader to fight corruption and build strong institutions, so we can get to the level of South Africa in terms of infrastructural development and functioning state institutions. We need a strong justice system that can rein in the strongmen that think they are above the law and put them in jail like South Africa did when it jailed it's former President, Jacob Zuma. South Africa built strong institutions that have continued to see them build up on infrastructural developments and see increase in access to portable water, electricity, literacy,sanitation,healthcare, social welfare, road network and human rights. We have capable hands both in Nigeria and abroad that can bring about these changes.

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