Nigeria worth dying for, says Ighodalo, urges change in 2023
Ighodalo, a keynote speaker at the Institute of Change Management (ICM) yearly lecture series on the theme: “Change Begins from the Mind-Breaking Barriers to Development through Innovation and Change Mindset,” yesterday, urged Nigerians to be part of the revolution that would improve the lives of Africans.
He said the progress of Africa rests on Nigeria’s leadership, which had been bottled up with years of selfish rule by Nigerian leaders.
“I am a Nigerian committed to making Nigeria better. I am ready to give my life to make the nation better and that is the truth because anything that will cause change, somebody must die and one of the problems why there is no change in Nigeria is because people are not ready to die for the country. I tell you that Nigeria is worth dying for because of the 210 million people who will benefit from that death.
The cleric, who spoke on the striking medical practitioners and state of economic advancement, warned that the nation might remain stagnant if Nigerians do not rise to the challenge by getting involved as more attention has been given to grazing and cattle.
He stressed that there had been several revolutions from the stone age down to Information Communication Technology (ICT) revolution as countries are now dedicated to artificial intelligence.
He, however, said that Nigeria had been dedicated towards cattle grazing in 2021.
MEANWHILE, President/Chairman, Governing Council, ICM, Mr. Nath Osewele, stated that the lecture series was part of its social responsibility initiative to give a facelift to the nation through a positive and right mindset.
reacting to the agitations of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Oduduwa Republic, President/Chairman Governing Council, Chartered Institute of Personnel Management, Mr. Olusegun Mojeed, urged Nigerians to remain as an indivisible entity with the mindset of having good candidates for 2023 polls.
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