Pastor Wole Oladiyun, Senior Pastor, Christ Livingspring Apostolic Ministry (CLAM), Omole, Lagos has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately set in motion a process for the deliberate and sincere restructuring of the country.
“The restructuring should lead to a brand-new constitution, a return to the Regional Government structure, and a reduction in the cost of governance. Also, we need to review our system of governance because the current arrangement does not reflect true federalism”, Pastor Oladiyun said in a statement he issued in Lagos today titled “Nigeria Arise 2020”.
Pastor Oladiyun also recommended the following measures:
- Adoption of a Zero Party System.
- Election of candidates based on their integrity and pedigree.
- Eradication of federal character.
- Involvement of youths at all levels of governance.
- Implementation of Local Government reforms.
- Reduction in the number of parastatals.
He decried the current structure whereby states over-depend on the monthly federation account allocation. “Let there be six regions from the present six geo-political zones; let there be a President with six Vice Presidents from the six regions.
On the way forward for the nation’s economy, Pastor Oladiyun advocated for the importation of goods that can be produced locally. “Let us actualise a Higher Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) in the international market by reducing importation, increasing local production of certain essential commodities, aggressive Agriculture revolution, mining, and promotion of SMEs”.
On the health sector, he called for “Operation 774” which will lead to the establishment of modern and well-equipped comprehensive hospitals in all the 774 local government areas of the country.
He also called for reforms in the education sector and in the police force.
On youth development, he urged Government to establish youth vocational centres in the 36 states.
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