A presidential aspirant in the 2019 general elections and convener of #Take Nigeria Back Movement, Omoyele Sowore, has promised to tackle the challenges of insecurity, poor electricity supply and decrepit infrastructure confronting the country frontally if he is elected as Nigeria’s president in 2019.
Sowore, who has been going around the northern part of the country in the past couple of days spoke during a chat with journalists in Abuja.
The 47-year-old aspirant said he has already encapsulated the priority of his government which was derived from a survey on priorities of Nigerians into the acronym, ‘SPICER.’
According to him, ‘SPICER’ is an acronym for Security, Power, Infrastructure, Economy and Restructuring.
He said he had also identified other top priorities of Nigerians, encapsulated in HE, meaning Health and Education.