- A former managing director of FSB international bank, Mohammed Hayatu-Deen has revealed the personality Nigeria needs to turn things around for the better
- Ahead of the 2023 general election, the presidential hopeful urged the aspirants not to play games with the country's affairs
- Hayatu-Deen disclosed he is fully prepared to rule the country and make a difference, based on his background and experience as an economist, banker and a strategic planner
Mohammed Hayatu-Deen, a former managing director of the now-defunct FSB International Bank, says Nigeria needs a president who understands how to run a thriving economy.
He said Nigeria has been governed by politicians who do not understand the economy which is why people do not have basic access to the basic needs of life.
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“Nigeria needs people who understand what the microeconomic conditions of the country are.
“This is not the time for politics, this is the time for getting people who know what it takes, who understands what makes an economy successful. These are unique times in our history that requires very unique and different kind of managers to fix the country.”
According to the economist, it is a miracle that Nigeria is still standing despite that several indicators show that the country’s economy is struggling.
Hayatu-Deen speaks on the way forward for Nigeria
While calling on the media to enhance its social responsibility, Hayatu-Deen said the country must be well structured to work optimally.
“My aim is to help my nation. No one would accuse me of being a bystander and didn’t join in trying to salvage the nation when it was burning.”
2023: Battle for PDP's presidential ticket thickens as governors divided between Wike and Saraki
Meanwhile, the battle for who gets the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)'s presidential ticket has continued to tear the governors apart.
Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state and former Senate President Bukola Saraki is the main contenders jostling for the ticket ahead of the 2023 elections.
Meanwhile, Atiku Abubakar seems to be having only the support of his home state governor, Ahmadu Fintri.
2023: Umahi enters 'prayer war room', reveals who he doesn't want as Nigeria's next president
It was reported that the governor in a recent document released on Sunday, May 22, admitted that politicians across the country have failed the people.
Umahi listing some of the failures of the people in power said that politicians have continued to make promises which they cannot keep.