Posted by News Express | 9 June 2021 | 663 times
By VICTOR ENYINNAYA
Against the backdrop of the hatred, hopelessness and insecurity pervading Nigeria, the Chief Executive Officer, RichLife Africa Project Limited, Modetus Bernard, has called for a review of leadership strategy. The call was contained in a recent letter by Mr. Bernard to President Muhammadu Buhari which was made available to newsmen in Lagos.
According to him, the current state of insecurity in the country is escalating dangerously everyday and about to get out of hand; a cause for sincere concern as Nigerians are being killed like animals on daily basis. “The Police, the Army and every other security agency is over stretched, surely, we can no longer secure Nigeria with guns,” he lamented.
“Smart and unbiased strategies aimed at steering the country off its inclined doom is urgently needed. It is our candid belief that you are disposed to accepting sincere ideas designed to keep Nigeria united, safe and prosperous.
“RichLife Africa has taken time to study the problems facing Nigeria in the areas of security, unity and economy and have come out with workable solutions. This we consider as the cheapest, easiest and efficient way to save Nigeria,” he reaffirmed.
Bernard further appealed to President Buhari that Nigerians would appreciate his honestly intervention through any of his relevant Ministries or Office of the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo tp collaborate with RichLife Africa Project for successful implementation of their strategies. He insists that Mr. President’s desire to retire as a successful leader with great achievements will find reasonable expression in actualization of these creative ideas, he restates.
Recall that RichLife Africa Project Limited is a social enterprise duly registered in Nigeria with headquarters in Lagos with primary focus is to identify societal challenges such as hunger, poverty insecurity, etc, and proffer solutions. Meanwhile there is no doubt that every Nigeria feels the escalating effects of hunger, poverty, as well as the catastrophic state of insecurity in every neighbourhood.
He pointed out that lots of Nigerians go to bed and wake up hungry without food as most meet their untimely death no thanks to the nefarious activities of bandits, kidnappers, killer herdsmen and other numerous criminal elements.
The company in what it illustrated in the ‘Bernard Triangle,’ said it is currently embarking on two important projects that are designed to solve the problems of insecurity, hunger and poverty. They are: Students Against Hunger Online Contest (SAH) and Drop That Gun (DTG).
It was further gathered that Student Against Hunger (SAH) programme or scheme is designed to empower Nigerian youths in all Universities and other tertiary institutions from ages 16 to 30 years where thousands of students at home, including foreign citizens students studying in Nigeria and serving and immediate past national corps members will be contesting in this innovative reality contest contestants will be engaging in simple tasks of entertainments, sports and educational activities of their choice from their comfort homes or schools to attract with votes from their families, friends and fans. A student is to register with the sum of N1,000 to participate. The will be prizes and awards for the participants at the end of the event.
For the Drop That Gun Fashion Label This a concept designed to keep Nigeria united and safe for all in the current face of prevailing security challenges threatening the nation, We are under the siege as hardly any day passes without the horrifying news of unknown gun men invading this and that important areas in the country meeting security agents helpless.
Mr. Bernard lamented that kidnapping, armed robbery and adoption of students of both secondary and tertiary institutions on the other hand by bandits under the guise of herdsmen kill at will farmers and sundry. Nigeria is no doubt is in high tension wire where insecurity is near freezing point. It is obvious the Chief Executive added can no longer save Nigeria. The Police and Military guns can no longer and obviously save Nigeria and Nigerians.
“The fight against Boko Haram still lingers and more and more people are picking up arms complicating already tighter situation. Therefore we must think outside the box to fashion out the right approach to keeping Nigeria united and safe,” Bernard said.
“Nigeria is presently at the crossroads and almost crossing the red line with high level of insecurity. People are panicking and running away from the nation while others are aggressively agitating for independence from Nigeria due to injustices and other denials. In short, there is confession everywhere then what do we do to save Nigeria,” the statement explains further.
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