What Every Nigerians Should Ask Politicians Who Wants To Lead The Country – Dele Momodu Speaks Using Peter Obi As A Good Example

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Famous Nigerian politician and journalist, Dele Momodu was speaking in an interview with Naija Watch when he explained in details, the need for politicians to have a decent means of income before grabbing any position in the Nigerian political space. 

Using Peter Obi as a yardstick, he pointed out the need for Nigerians to ensure the private capacity of a politician before voting them into power. He said this while addressing the ongoing allegations surrounding the 2024 budget and the Nigerian senate.

He said; “If you look at former governor Peter Obi, the Labour Party presidential candidate, he’s gainfully employed, he’s not a poor man. Not only that, but he does not have to survive based on politics or power, this should be an attraction to us. For anybody to say I want to lead you, we should ask him, what have you done in your private capacity.

“I can tell you what I’ve done in nearly 64 years of my life, I can tell you how I got A, how I got B, C, and D. Most politicians, the moment they grab power, everything they’ve ever lacked they want to acquire and accumulate instantly.

“I think we have a long way to go, obviously, things are getting worse rather than getting better. We expected something better, but if over a hundred people in the senate cannot come together and do what’s better for our country, what then happens if we have thousands of politicians copying bad manners.”

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