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Grow Nigeria: Nigerians React To Saraki’s Message On Nigeria (See Screenshots)

      
Since the public declaration of His Excellency, Senate President Dr Bukola Saraki for the office of the Presidency, the Grow Nigeria message, the official campaign slogan of his campaign has  taken over the social media space as several young people have taken to social media to express their support for the message and Senator Bukola Saraki. The accompanying slogan, “Follow who sabi road” has also broken the internet.

The Grow Nigeria Narrative offers a unique leadership driven by empathy where leaders are responsive to the citizens, a leadership where they know that the government cares.

The Message emphasizes on Inclusion in all aspects of the country’s affairs, finding solutions, not trading blame and focuses on growing Nigeria out of poverty by actively stimulating the growth the private sector, Regional economic specialization and human capacity development.

Grow Nigeria offers a government characterised by youthful energy, innovation and a pioneering entrepreneurial spirit. It commits to provide opportunities and funding pathways for youth who have ideas and capacity as a way of creating employment and building on the Made in Nigeria.

It commits to securing Nigeria by redesigning the national security architecture with a special focus on community policing while adequately equipping and improving the welfare for the personnel security agencies to fulfil their primary role of protecting lives and property.

Dr Saraki’s Grow Nigeria plan seems to address infrastructural deficit by developing local capacity for design, construction and maintenance of core projects, especially road, rail and power. Among others, Dr Saraki’s growth plan will consider the fight against corruption as crucial to Nigeria’s economic development and will focus on strengthening institutions, with a particular focus on deterrence.

See attached screenshots of reactions and tweets by Nigerians in response to the Grow Nigeria message:




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