2019: Nigeria deserves quality leadership—Princess Adesanya-Eboda
Princess Adesanya-Eboda flanked by Exco- members of WAYS Abuja chapter
The National President and Global Co-ordinator of Women and Youths Supports for Atiku popularly known as “WAYS 4 Atiku”, Princess Kemi Adesanya-Eboda has declared that Nigeria deserves quality leadership in 2019.
In a press statement she personally signed, Priness Adesanya-Eboda stressed that the Waziri Adamawa, His Excellency, Atiku Abubakar represents the quality leadership the country desperately needs to reposition the economy.
Quoting the celebrated American soldier, Douglas McArthur, she said, “True leader has the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions and the compassion to listen to the needs of others. They are not set out to be leaders but become one by the quality of their actions and the integrity of their intent”.
“A good representation of a quality leadership must know his or her biological language and its heritage for better interpretation of his people” she said adding that “there is no other person that fits into this than Atiku Abubakar, a consummate humanist, a unifier, a pathfinder and an indefatigable defender of democracy and constitution”.
She described the former Vice President as one that has been tested and proven to have the capacity, competence and resilience to rescue the country from the current ravaging poverty, insecurity and disunity that have enveloped it in the past three years.
The National President and Global Co-ordinator of WAYS further added that Alhaji Atiku Abubakar has severally as a former Vice President and as a private businessman demonstrated the capacity to lead the country to prosperity.
She urged the electorates to focus on his qualities and abilities as guides for their decision and choice in 2019.
She also assured that the People’s Democratic Party, (PDP) standard bearer if elected President in 2019 will operate an all-inclusive government, create employments restructure Nigeria and give his all to ensure a united Nigeria.