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Restructuring Won’t Guarantee Standard Of Living —Sam Adeyemi

Contrary to the clamour by some clerics on the necessity for government of the day to embrace restructuring, founder of Daystar Christian Centre Church, Pastor Sam Adeyemi, has said that there are some basic points that restructuring may not remedy.

The cleric, in a number of tweets on social media expressed concern that the lifetime of a common man may not enhance if Nigeria restructures into areas or even when it breaks up finally.

He additionally famous that the primary restructuring Nigeria needs is for energy to shift from political leaders to the citizens, a improvement that may allow leaders to change into accountable and that public office service isn’t for money-making.

In his tweet, Adeyemi wrote: “I worry that the lifetime of the common man might not enhance if Nigeria restructures into areas or even when it breaks up now. The tradition of management that makes leaders to devour a lot of the assets and to go away most individuals impoverished will probably proceed”.

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“The primary restructuring we want, and that is true for a lot of Africa, is for energy to shift from political leaders to the citizens, so leaders change into accountable, citizens have esteem and are empowered to prosper, and occupying public office is for service, not money-making,” he added.

He suggested that true restructuring requires accountability on the a part of citizens and that one and all should rise past non secular and ethnic prejudice to have collective imaginative and prescient for improvement and to undertake values like honesty, worth for all times, equality, excellence, and so forth.

“Residents and elite which have conscience should push for this now. Maybe, then, new structures of government can serve us nicely. We have to present that the African can rise above base instincts to assume, organise himself and construct affluent economies,” he added.



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