Chief Dele Momodu revealed in an interview with Gbenga Adeniji that no country is ruled by saints but all developed countries are governed by performers. They also talked about 2023, his political ambitions, and reasons for joining the Peoples Democratic Party, among other issues.
He was asked a series of questions and he gave concrete replies to the questions.
Dele Momodu said no country is ruled by saints but all progressive and developed countries are governed by performers. He went on to say that he doesn't believe in cross-carpeting or hopping ship at the first opportunity. He claims that a leader's performance is what determines his or her success.
Although there may not be a significant difference between the two political parties, he believes that what is needed most urgently is for capable leaders and their followers and supporters to populate the leading parties, encourage good governance, and change their mindset so that principle becomes the watchword and a means of differentiation.
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