The Non Governmental organization initiator of Socio-economic and Leadership Initiative (SELDI), Architect Divine Iyke Anyanebechi (Ike-Chairman) has commenced grassroot sensitization and mobilization campaign to champion the new Nigeria project.
Arc. Divine who disclosed this yesterday at Abagana described the move as patriotic and timely to effect positive change given the poor state of the nation.
Speaking to newsmen, Anyanebechi disclosed that the need for Paradigm Shift in leadership is imperative given poor governance which has affected the socio-economic and political development of the country.
” The dwindling economy, rising insecurity, underfunding in education, poor leadership, lack of oor infrastructure and corruption amongst other myriads of challenges that bedeviled the nation. Now, is the clarion call for change of guards to save Nigeria,” Anyanebechi stated.
“Today, I bring the message for new Nigeria project to my community to create awareness and sensitize people about the power of exercising their civic duty by voting particularly casting vote for a detribalised intelligent and healthy Nigerian with the national interest at heart. We need a patriotic who can rescue and build a new Nigeria” Anyanebechi continued.
” SELDI is advocating for new Nigeria project through ballot box revolution. My initiative will continue to champion and sensitize Nigerians about the power of voting as we take our voters education to the grassroots.
” Why we advocate and clamour for good governance is to ensure that elected public office holders make people oriented policies for socio-economic and political growth.
Present at the political gathering were, Njikoka-1 Labour Party Candidate, Hon. Humphrey Iloh (Eselu Njikoka) and some members of SELDI.
Socio-economic and Leadership Initiative (SELDI) is a non governmental organization that advocates for human capacity building and Citizens welfare in all ramifications.
SELDI promotes the building of democratic institutions, transparency and accountability in government, active citizen participation in the political process, voter education, human rights, and the rule of law.