The former governor of Ogun State, Daniel Gbenga, he said Nigeria needs to develop a clear 10-year roadmap that will restructure the system and solve the issue of insecurity and economic growth in all the states of the country.
Speaking further, the former governor advised Nigeria to plan out a blueprint that will assist all federation units to reach a sustainable economy that thrives on the growth of local economy across all states.
Mr Daniel also emphasised the need for Nigeria to adopt a restructuring plan that will work for all sates to be self sufficient adding that there is a need for the country to stop running a system that cannot sustain the economic growth of the nation.
That's a good one from the former governor of Ogun State. He has indeed spoken well, "I repeat, the path of Nigeria's economic growth lies on the universe of values; on the nation's ability to develop a clear ten-years roadmap for local production".
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