2023: We'll Make Nigeria a Digital Leader in the Comity of Nations, Leading APC Presidential Aspirant

2023: We'll Make Nigeria a Digital Leader in the Comity of Nations, Leading APC Presidential Aspirant

  • By 2023, Nigeria is expected to take its place in the world's development map, a presidential aspirant of the APC has said
  • Ibrahim Dauda said a digital revolution is needed to launch Nigeria on the right path to global recognizance
  • According to Dauda, he would be working with his to achieve that once he emerges the president of the country in 2023

A leading presidential aspirant on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Ibrahim Dauda has said that he will position Nigeria to be a leading nation in the global digital and innovation industry.

Dauda assured that Nigeria will continue to depreciate on the global progress chart if it keeps on procrastinating on automation and digitalization of processes within the bureaucracy and service sector.

The former national coordinator of the Buhari Support Organizations (BSO), made this known on Wednesday, May 1, while speaking to journalists in Abuja.

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2023 presidential aspirant, 2023 general election, Ibrahim Bello, All Progressives Congress, APC
Bello has said that Nigeria needs to be placed in the global digital space. Photo: Dr Ibrahim Bello
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Dauda said he is a personification of Nigeria's digital generation, hence he is well-positioned to lead Nigeria's digitalization revolution.

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He said:

"The entire world has advanced into the digital epoch, so if by the grace of God I am elected president, I will be proactive in positioning Nigeria on the path to becoming a digital leader among the comity of nations.
"As much as we do not mean to dispense with the services of experienced technocrats and bureaucrats, my government will headhunt the best of the abundant talents and resources in a collaborative mission to push the nation into its deserved place on the world development map."

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The presidential aspirant said that at the head of his team is a man prepared by God for the historic moment of the 2023 general election.

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Dauda said God has abundantly endowed him to be the personification of the digital generation.

Speaking further, he said under his watch, Nigeria will be administered by a leadership synergy blended from the finest qualities and merits of the old and new generations with a greater emphasis on women and youths.

His words:

"The youths will be the cornerstone of our digital revolution, as my government will introduce them to new advanced digital skills in partnership with our universities and global universities and other research institutions."

APC on the road to make N2bn as more presidential aspirants pick expression of interest, nomination forms

Twenty presidential aspirants are set to obtain the All Progressives Congress nomination and expression of interest forms.

The aspirants would be obtaining the forms at N100 million each at the national secretariat of the ruling party.

While six members of the APC have already picked their forms, a total of 14 more people have indicated interest to contest for president and would be obtaining theirs between May 4 and May 6.

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Ekiti Governor Kayode Fayemi finally joins Tinubu, minister Nwajiuba to declare for presidency

The governor of Ekiti state, Kayode Fayemi, had joined some top members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to declare his intention to contest the presidency.

Fayemi while officially making a declaration on Wednesday, May 4, in Abuja promised to ensure youth empowerment when he becomes the president.

The governor who is also the chairman of the Nigerian Governors Forum said the decision to make the declaration follows careful consideration with key stakeholders in the APC and the country as a whole.

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