What any nation that seeks a revolution needs is instantaneous action. Nigeria is one of such nations and the citizens hope to celebrate 2023 independence with reasons worth celebrating. By 2023, the nation will be 63 years old but can sincere happiness be traced to the economy’s state? However, The narrative can be changed if only promises can be sincerely acted upon to become a reality and not what we keep hoping to achieve.

At the formal launch of the All Progressives Congress’ (APC) campaign season, President Muhammadu Buhari will lead members of the party to the inauguration of the Presidential Campaign Council (PCC). The launch will be on Friday afternoon, at the State House Banquet Hall in Abuja. APC Presidential Candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, and his running mate, Senator Kashim Shettima, will make known their Action Plan for the nation’s progress.
The document contains a multi-sectoral policy option in 80 pages, and it is tagged “Renewed Hope 2023 – Action Plan for a Better Nigeria”. Outlined policy options promised by Tinubu include Digital Economy, Reformed Judiciary System, Foreign Policy, Healthcare, Women Empowerment, and Decentralization of Power. He also pledges to prioritize Security, Transportation and Education, Power, Agriculture, Oil and Gas, amongst others. He claims that his Action Plan was stirred by the need for a change after travelling around the world for years alongside his running mate, Kashim Shettima.

Aside all these, what’s new? What can be done differently? How about the seat of Power given to people that have been in authority before? The nation really needs a change, and giving the opportunity to rule to people that have tried before, doesn’t seem to be the best of options. If this must be done, a critical check to the era of their leadership should be done to outline the success of their government before election.



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