Prof Christopher Imumolen, a candidate for the country’s presidency in 2023, believes Nigeria requires a new generation of leaders to turn the country’s fortunes around. Imumolen made the remarks while officially declaring his intention to run for the country’s top job.
He urged youths to become more involved in determining the country’s leadership in 2023. He did, however, state that he would not reveal the political platform on which he intends to run because he wants the focus to be on personality rather than party.
Imumolen, the founder of the Joint Professional Training and Support (JPTS), an Institute of Science Management and Technology, stated that he has been involved in private businesses that have supported millions of Nigerians over the years and that there was a need to reach more people by running for president.
He expressed confidence that the country has what it takes to improve if the right leadership is in place.
“My call to the youth is that we have more than 60% active youths in Nigeria.” I’ve made myself available because I believe I’m qualified. I’ve built empires that have provided for millions of Nigerians, and now is the time.
As a result, the youth should obtain their PVCs. They should not only meet on social media. “This is a critical time for us to demonstrate that we have what it takes to complete the task,” he said.
He stated that investors are the drivers of the economy and that if he is successful, one of his plans would be to restructure Nigeria’s investment policies to encourage investors. “We now live in a country where even Nigerians are afraid to invest in Nigeria due to the very poor business and investment environment.”
As a result, other West African countries are catching on to some of our bad policies. We’ll look into it, and in the meantime, we’ll make sure that these policies are reframed to attract incentives and motives for those who truly want to come to Nigeria,” he said.
He stated that the country’s insecurity situation necessitates a thorough investigation to ensure that those responsible are identified and brought to justice. “We don’t have to skirt around that. If we continue to do so, we will continue to lose souls in this country, and it will also impede Nigeria’s development,” he said.