More than two thousand years (2000) years, the Messiah came, and the religious leaders of that time failed to recognize him as such.
Possibly, they were expecting to see a Warrior Messiah who would lead them to victory in war.
Today, Nigeria is at war. A war against a plethora of mischief in society. A war against economic mismanagement, insecurities, unemployment, religiosity, sycophancy, favoritism, and many others.
Today, the nation is in dire need of a messiah. A political messiah that would wield his power and restore us to the Nigeria of our dream. A Nigeria that our generations yet unborn would be proud of. A true giant of Africa; capable of representing the content in the comity of nations.
That messiah has emerged. Just like the Biblical messiah, he has emerged from a small tribe of our nation. From a people with little to no say in our dear country. That political messiah is Udom Emmanuel: the incumbent governor of Akwa Ibom State.
As Nigeria’s Political world brims with aspiring political leaders, only a few are truly brimming for the messianic mandate. Only a few are truly prepared to pay the ultimate price of living up to societal anticipated objectives.
Nigeria’s political scene has long been portrayed by fragmented gathering initiative and fractionalized portrayal which has, throughout the long term stunted the progression and improvement of the country.
Fundamentally, Nigerians’ striking assumptions rotate around successful leaders with functional strategies that can upgrade our financial situation, and social and political frameworks which will, thus, assist with fostering the nation at all levels: and Gov. Udom Emmanuel is the individual Nigerians need at this perishing second.
Gov. Udom as the President of Nigeria will be a messiah that will re-engineer what good governance is and strong financial stability where our kin will indeed not exclusively be gotten once again to ordinariness. It will be a period of melodious sing-song for the entire nation, a blissful tune for the savior has come.
I tell you, the Social framework is deprived of leaders who are truly prepared to know, lead and point others toward a path that shineth unto all: A path that will change the status quo for the better. This is what the Nigerian President’s “wannabe” Gov. Udom Emmanuel embodies for the good of the nation.
In the lead-up to the 2023 presidential elections, our shared objective as a group ought to be to pick a leader that represents characteristics of solidarity, equity, and decency. A visionary chief that will accomplish results; a leader that will lead us to the significance we so frantically look for; a fair and reformative leader.
With the status quo presently in Nigeria, steadily buried in the sand trap of apparently unresolvable intricacies, it is the ideal opportunity for us to pick a leader who rouses, a groundbreaking administration, a leader that is washed in sympathy, a leader that proffers useful arrangements with quantifiable results to the bunch of apparently unresolvable intricacies that assail us as a nation and over time, Gov. Udom Emmanuel has demonstrated to be a problem solver, a case study of is Akwa Ibom State under his administration.
In Akwa Ibom State, Governor Udom Emmanuel has successfully utilized three getting through methodologies toward controlling frailty and supporting harmony in the State. These strategies include education, healthcare, and job creation.
In the education sector, the governor has invested in both formal and informal forms of education, going to the length of adopting the free and compulsory education policy of his predecessor, accepting to offset huge liabilities incurred by it.
He also went on to invest millions of Naira in registering qualified pupils and students for their certificate examination
As Udom Emmanuel responds to the call by a media organization, the Brekete Family Human Rights Radio and TV, and well-meaning Nigerians urged him to run for the 2023 presidential elections under the platform of the PDP, his passion and head to revive and modify the Nigerian dream without a moment’s delay motivate and interests. It is certainly something special to recognize, imitate, and anticipate.
“Those who can rescue Nigeria are the professionals in politics. Those who understand the language of the economy: the language of money and can manage resources, as well as those who have experience in the private and public sector.” Udom Emmanuel is a force to reckon with.
Nigeria would be in for better times if selfless people with capacity are allowed to rule.
We must not fold our arms and watch the destiny of this great nation wield in the hands of visionless leaders. It’s a collective responsibility to shun partisan politics, favoritism, and ethnicity to rise to the call of greatness. A call to bail out our nation’s present state.