Accord presidential candidate, Imumolen, launches prosperity system for Nigerians
The Presidential candidate of the Accord party, Professor Christopher Imumolen, has launched an economic system tagged ‘I Will Prosper’ that is aimed at providing economic respite for Nigerians, ameliorating their living plights, and catalysing prosperity for all.
Speaking about the programme, Imumolen noted that ‘I Will Prosper’ is meant to create collective prosperity towards eradicating increasing socio-economic despondency and frustration, which are the pivots upon which criminality and unpatriotic ways revolve.
“This system will provide the basis for business, financial, empowerment, education, healthcare, and agricultural support for all in different dimensions,” said Imumolen in a press statement made available to The Guardian on Friday.
“The less privileged, the aged, and various socially handicapped are greatly considered in the I Will Prosper configuration.
“It speaks volumes of our ‘All for All’ political mantra and our avowed resolve to champion a solution-based electioneering campaign towards our leadership emergence come 2023,” said Imumolen.
The academician and philanthropist reiterated his mission towards thorough and patriotism-based national integration and economic rejuvenation, which point to the fact that Nigeria must prosper again.
He also called on Nigerians to back him in the struggle to take Nigeria back from the stranglehold of poverty, pain, insecurity, and retrogression.
Imumolen, who comes from a super private sector environment and parades great experience and enviable national and international exploits in his kitty, is the youngest of all the presidential candidates in the 2023 race.
The announcement of the ‘I Will Prosper’ initiative comes two days after the 38-year-old met with former Nigerian president Olusegun Obasanjo in Abeokuta, and a day after Accord announced Bala Bello Maru, a former Secretary to the Zamfara State Government, as Imumolen’s running mate.