…Vows To Be A President Of All
A Presidential aspirant, Mohammed Hayatu-Deen has said, he will rebuild Nigeria and redeem her image, if given the chance to pilot the affairs of the country in 2023. The Borno state born made this declaration while addressing a cross section of journalist in Abuja, he notes that, he is the right man for Aso Rock come 2023, urging Nigerians not to miss their shot at voting him into power in February next year.
Hayatu-Deen said his government will be open for partnership, ideas and other developmental project that may want to arise from the general public, he promised to carry everyone along in his administration, “I recognises that the task is monumental and requires deep reﬂection and strategic thinking. I am the right man for this job. Nigeria needs a leader in status and intellect, I am a change manager, I have sacriﬁced my entire life building broken systems”.
Citing his years of experience in cooperate organizations, Hayatu-Deen said, he has the capacity to handle crisis of whatsoever, “My wealth of experience in the private and public sector space, heading top institutions in the North and the South, gives me a great perspective, I believe I possesses the ability to settle differences where disputes may arise. And I also want to say this, I will be a president for all, not a president for a section of the country or his friends and family. My work ethic is comparable with those of global leaders of thought, and I intends to bring all these qualities to the service of the people”.
“I will take bold steps to forge alliances and partnerships across the globe to foster unparalleled trade and investment relationships, which will fast-track Nigeria’s economic recovery. I will do more by being a great listener and communicator and has the independence of mind to make hard decisions if it is in the interest of a more signiﬁcant number of people. I will not be shy to speak and walk with Nigerians throughout my tenure in ofﬁce. I know how to assemble a team that can deliver the best service. I will take responsibility and accept criticism. I will reinforce the rule of law and the rights of every Nigerian regardless of location or level of access and build systems to support justice institutions” He assures.
He ended by saying, “I am motivated by the courage of my conviction, I will devise unprecedented large-scale funding plans to propel development, thus abandoning the tepid tradition of small and incremental investments in government. I will also ensure that funding raised is used to fuel growth and not debt service, I will speciﬁcally attack recurring challenges such as the power sector, which has been killed by a lack of in-country know-how, poor privatisation framework, and regulatory complications. A clear plan will be to attract credible and experienced players into the value chain”.