Right, disciplined leadership solution to myriads of problems in Nigeria, says lawmaker
House of Representatives member representing Abak/ Etim Ekpo/Ika Federal Constituency, Akwa Ibom State, Clement Jimbo, has said that having the right and disciplined leadership, laced with sacrifice and selflessness, will solve myriads of the problems in Nigeria. Jimbo also added that sacrificial leadership by example is the key for a better Nigeria, 63 years after independence.
The lawmaker made this known in an interview with The Guardian, stressing that for there to be a better Nigeria, there is need for a leader that is ready to discipline those that go against stipulated rules and norms that will deliver success.
He called for enabling laws that will forbid medical tourism, urging President Bola Tinubu to boldly ensure upgrading of the standard of medical institutions in the country, as well as holistically build infrastructures that can cater for any ailment that may likely arise in the lives of both leaders and citizens.
He said the President can place a ban on medical tourism for about 10 to 20 years to ensure political office holders do not seek medical help outside Nigeria.
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