Jamiu Abiola, child of the late Chief Moshood Abiola, has approached Nigerians to help President Muhammadu Buhari to accomplishing the fantasy of a superior Nigeria.
He said with improvement, Nigeria would not exclusively be the monster of Africa yet goad the development of different nations as goliaths of the mainland.
Jamiu, who is an individual from the Buhari Support Organization and the Women and Youth Presidential Campaign Team, said this in an announcement made accessible to PUNCH.
He said the natives had real tasks to carry out in the improvement of the country, encouraging them to quit assuming observatory job.
He stated, "Before going into subtleties, how about we glance back at the nation from which we embraced our popularity based model, the United States of America! Have most natives of that nation been assuming a negative observatory job, reminiscent of the pretended by most Nigerians today, or would they say they are watching circumstances in accordance with a national and devoted energy of pushing their nation ahead?
"Without precedent for Africa's history we have a man like Muhammadu Buhari who has demonstrated to each and every Nigerian that one shouldn't be degenerate, tricky or sly to turn into a senator, serve, military head of state, administrator of a worthwhile government office and a two-time chose president.
"He has additionally given abundant proof that one doesn't have to influence a dime from such positions so as to be fulfilled or satisfied ethically or tangibly.
"Give us a chance to pursue his way and meet him midway with the goal that Nigeria does turn into the mammoth of Africa as well as goads the development of different nations as monsters of Africa as Japan did in Asia amid the most recent thousand years.
"Give us a chance to help President Muhammadu Buhari, the AU acclaimed hostile to debasement champion, to understand the fantasies recently African legends, for example, Nelson Mandela, Kwame Nkrumah, Jomo Kenyatta, Leopold Senghor, Gani Fawehinmi, Moshood and Kudirat Abiola, thus numerous others. The rundown is interminable so the motivations to be idealistic are innumerable."