2023 Presidency: 102-Year-Old Presidential Aspirant Reveals Strategy to Make Nigeria Great

2023 Presidency: 102-Year-Old Presidential Aspirant Reveals Strategy to Make Nigeria Great

  • High Chief Iyom Josephine Ezeanyaeche has maintained that under her leadership Nigeria would be great again
  • The presidential aspirant said if elected, her administration would be better than the Preisent Buhari-led government
  • Ezeanyaeche, who recently declared her ambition said she is ready to lead the nation if the younger generations are not showing interest

Presidential hopeful High Chief Iyom Josephine Ezeanyaeche says President Muhammadu Buhari has tried, however, his performance is not good enough.

The 102-year-old who made the disclsoure in an interview with The Punch stated that if elected president she would take a different approach.

102-year-old presidential aspirant
High Chief Josephine Ezeanyaeche believes Nigeria will be great again under her leadership. Photo credit: NTA Network News
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She was quoted as saying:

"Buhari has done his bit the way he understands it but I agree he could have done far better. Buhari has tried his best but his best is not just good enough to salvage this country. He did not realise what he was coming to face, that was why he kept promising Nigerians here and there.

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But the realities on the ground have dawned on him and it became obvious right from the outset that his capacity could not take Nigeria out of its current mess. He has tried, but the effort is not just enough."

According to her, she will have better advisers, adding that under her leadership Nigeria will be great again.

Ezeanyaeche in response to if she can do better than Buhari as president with her age urged Nigerians to wait until then.

Speaking further, the presidential aspirant who hails from Aguata, Anambra state said she is still making consultations with Nigeria and outside the country on what political party she will be running on.

She said though some parties have approached her to be adopted as their candidate, she would announce her party at the right time.

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In a previous report by Legit.ng, Ezeanyaeche made known her intention to contest for the president ahead of the 2023 general elections.

The centenarian who is an indigene of Agwata local government area of Anambra state spoke of her intention when she visited the management team of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) in the company of the members of the Voice for Senior Citizens of Nigeria, a humanitarian organization, she founded.

The presidential aspirant speaking through the president of the association, Dr Caro Nwosu, said she is ready to contest for the position of the president of the most populous country in Africa if the younger generations are not ready.

Source: Legit.ng

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