How PDP’s Stanley Osifo Plans To Change Nigeria At 42
What worries Stanley Osifo most about Nigeria is poverty and insecurity.
He is a 42-year-old Presidential Aspirant under the Platform of the People Democratic Party (PDP), and these two problems he wants to tackle headlong with massive investment in intelligence if elected.
Osifo spoke to newsmen in Ikeja, Lagos State, on Saturday and promised he would run an inclusive government to achieve his targets if elected for the country’s topmost seat.
The young politician noted that he had purchased and submitted both Nomination and Expression of Interest Forms to the party’s National Headquarters in Abuja.
“I know that insecurity has been on in Nigeria for a long time and successive governments have tried to see how it could be tackled. We have heard that somehow, though not confirmed, that some people are behind this.
“But if I become the president of this country, I will look at the intelligence aspect of it because I believe that this is how you will know what is going on.
“A lot of postulations have been made, some people have said that Boko Haram members who were dislodged are behind most of the attacks that we see around, while others are claiming that it is the herdsmen.
“Some people are even saying that it is those that were dislodged in Libya that are giving problems to Nigerians, and the stories are many.
“When we get onboard, we will look at where and what to look at to be able to tackle the problem headlong,” Osifo said.
On what experience he had garnered to administer the country, Osifo said he knew where the shoe pinches having interacted and led various groups and community associations.You like this story? Share it!
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