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We Must Not Surrender Nigeria To Bad Leaders And Flee Abroad – Kenneth Okonkwo


We Must Not Surrender Nigeria To Bad Leaders And Flee Abroad – Kenneth Okonkwo

Labour Party (LP) chieftain, Kenneth Okonkwo has called on Nigerians not to give up.

He urged Nigerians fleeing the country to seek greener pastures due to bad leadership to return and build a better Nigeria.

Recall that the country’s economic situation has forced many Nigerians to seek job opportunities and better lifestyles in Western countries.

In a post via X, formerly known as Twitter, Kenneth said everything works perfectly in Western countries; however, there is a better future for Nigerians if the country is well-governed.

He tweeted, “Came over to London on the 3rd of September, 2023, for a brief holiday. I thank God for His grace that endears me to the whole world.

“People of all colours and countries are willing to be nice to me. Everything works here. However, I still believe that awell-governedd Nigeria holds a better future for us all.

“We must not surrender our country to these bad leaders and flee abroad no matter how privileged we may have in those other countries.

“God made you a Nigerian because He wants to use you to bring about a new Nigeria. We must all work together to realise our vision for a new Nigeria.”




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