Adebayo celebrates, profers solution to present stagnation
…As Alafin, other dignitaries honour him
BY Ben Nwachukwu, Abuja
Barrister Adewole Adebayo has charged Nigerians to use the mentality of collective fulfillment as a key solution to get Nigeria out of her present stagnation amidst insecurity, economy recession and educational setback.
“Things that matter in this country have to be done collectively. Any person who understands this would be thinking it has to be when you wake up in the morning you don’t cry for what you need, you cry for what the society needs.”
The Presidential aspirant on the platform of a yet to be disclosed party, while addressing journalists in a press conference held in his residence made this call to action as he posited that the activities of sectors within the country should be done collectively by both the government and the citizens.
Delivering his speech at the conference, The Ondo Prince expressed dissatisfaction at the level of insecurity at all levels in Nigeria when he jealously compared an Australian taxi driver enjoying peace of life while Nigerian medical Practioner’s life is troubled.
He confirmed that the most important thing in this sector is not having the best curriculum but having fidelity to it. He further stressed that if the government could maintain that the Senators, Ministers among others never embarked on industrial action then public servants should not be exceptional. “The most important person in education is the learner.”
However, he promised to run schools efficiently when given the privilege to lead the country by establishing educational policy that gives room for development from the grassroots where value, integrity and honor will be restored between teachers and learners.
Barrister Adebayo promised the Nigerian youth of social participation as well as society that will respect the Rule of Law.
The National leader of the Coalition umbrella, Dr Olu Agunloye said the alliance body will set a new pace by endorsing qualified and capable candidates.
Alafin of Oyo, Oba Olayiwola Adeyemi, a former Presidential candidate, Chief Olu Falae among other top dignitaries were present to celebrate the Ondo born mogul and politician.