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Independence Day: Leadership remains challenge for Nigeria–Senior servants

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 The Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria ASCSN says leadership remains the greatest challenge facing Nigeria at 62 ASCSN President Mr Tommy Okon made the assertion in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Saturday in Lagos in commemoration of Nigeria s 62nd Independence Day Okon said that the challenges of insecurity unemployment economic instability religious intolerance among others were still trailing the country For us to get the country back on track the leadership must have the visions to drive her Most people who are clamouring for power do not even have what to do when they get it that has resulted to bad leadership Imagine a country which you used to drive from one place to another without an iota of insecurity apart from the early 70s where armed robbery was in vogue and the military took it as a point to kill even on a firing squad So if a country is embracing democracy in this 21st century and we cannot use technology to track criminals it therefore means at 62 we have failed our generation he told NAN According to him the way forward is for the new generation to bring in a leader who understands the operational dynamics and approach to address insecurity He said The leader must also look at giving back to the society what is desirous of it At 62 the youth must rise up take back their country we should look for young people who have the skills and energy Nigeria at 62 should think outside the box NewsSourceCredit NAN
Independence Day: Leadership remains challenge for Nigeria–Senior servants

Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria

The Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) says leadership remains the greatest challenge facing Nigeria at 62.

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Tommy Okon

ASCSN President, Mr Tommy Okon, made the assertion in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Saturday in Lagos in commemoration of Nigeria’s 62nd Independence Day.
Okon said that the challenges of insecurity, unemployment, economic instability, religious intolerance among others were still trailing the country.

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“For us to get the country back on track, the leadership must have the visions to drive her.

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“Most people who are clamouring for power do not even have what to do when they get it; that has resulted to bad leadership.

“Imagine a country, which you used to drive from one place to another without an iota of insecurity; apart from the early 70s where armed robbery was in vogue and the military took it as a point to kill, even on a firing squad.

“So, if a country is embracing democracy in this 21st century and we cannot use technology to track criminals, it therefore, means at 62, we have failed our generation, “ he told NAN.

According to him, the way forward is for the new generation to bring in a leader who understands the operational dynamics and approach to address insecurity.

He said: “The leader must also look at giving back to the society what is desirous of it.

“At 62, the youth must rise up; take back their country; we should look for young people who have the skills and energy; Nigeria at 62 should think outside the box.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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