End challenging situations facing Nigerians, Ajadi tasks political leaders

 

New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP), Chieftain in Ogun state Ambassador Olufemi Ajadi Oguntoyinbo on Tuesday tasked Nigerian political leaders to rally round and find a way out of the challenging situations facing the country.

Ambassador Ajadi gave the task in a statement to felicitate  Muslim faithful on this year’s Eid El Kabir celebration Nigerian masses have suffered enough and need someone to bring them out of this long suffering and it is a challenge to all those who are holding elective and appointive positions across the country.

The NNPP chieftain pointed out that Nigerian masses had suffered enough and needed someone to bring them out of this longsuffering.

He added that it was a challenge to all those who were holding elective and appointive positions across the country, pointing out that the time had come to know the true leaders of the country.

“It is in times like this, that you know politicians who actually qualify to lead, not when things are good and rosy. So, I challenge our political leaders at all levels to rally round and find a way out of the challenging situations that we have found ourselves”, he said.

Ambassador Ajadi added, “Nigerian masses have suffered enough and need someone to bring them out of this long suffering and it is a challenge to all those who are holding elective and appointive positions across the country”.

“Anything good in life costs time and hard work, so it is my advice that we should not lose hope. I also urge those in positions of political and economic leadership for the country, to consider the masses and the suffering they are going through at this time”

The NNPP Chieftain stressed further, “I believe that this country can be better if we all work towards that. I believe that the suffering that we are experiencing in the country right now is man-made, and can also be corrected by man.

Ambassador Ajadi also urged the masses in the country to continue to be good followers and that those in leadership positions not to allow the challenging conditions to persist, saying, “Let all of us use this celebration to reflect on our actions as leaders at different levels. Let us re-commit to making this country work, and when we do this, the masses will smile again”.

Urging Muslim faithful to use the occasion to re-commit to service to the fatherland as doing this would be the only way to assist the country attain lofty development heights, he said though the economy had been challenging recently, Nigerians should not  relent to continue to work hard for themselves and for the country, adding that nothing good would come easy.