Grand Coalition: Ekweremadu Assures Nigerians Of Better Life – COMPLETE NEWS
The Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu,has assured Nigerians that the grand coalition of about 40 political parties to oust President Muhammadu Buhari from power would rescue Nigeria in 2019 and restore her to the path of democratic freedoms, joy, security, and development.
According to him, the huge crowd that witnessed the signing of the MoU showed that Nigerians now saw hope again and urged the grand alliance not to disappoint the people.
He said, “For three years, what I see on the faces of Nigerians is frustration and anguish. But for the first time, I tell you that I saw joy. I saw people laughing and smiling for the first time in three years.
“Those our brothers and sisters, and investors, who left Nigeria in the last three years are also rejoicing with you because by this time next year, they will all be back.
“Those factories that were closed are going to come back alive by this time next year and Nigerians will rejoice.
“The people of the South-East whom the programmes and practices of this government are forcing to have a rethink on their membership of this country, today will rejoice and be happy that a new country that will be fair to all is coming; a country that they will be proud to be part of and continue to contribute to her development.
“All our people in the Internally Displaced Persons camps, who have been wondering or believing that they will spend the rest of their lives in the IDP camps are happy today because their stay there is almost over; because next year, we will enthrone a government that will take them to their homes and protect them there.
“The media houses, all the instruments and institutions of democracy that have been trampled and muzzled in this country, they will be free again to do their work without fear of intimidation.
“Those, who are being persecuted on account of their political views or insisting that the right thing should be done, are also going to rejoice because a new dawn is here. One of them is my brother, Senator Dino Melaye, who went through hell, but today, he is a free man.
“Also, remember that Nelson Mandela said that unless Nigeria earns the respect of the world, no one would respect Africa. So, various countries of Africa, who have looked up to Nigeria to provide leadership will have a good dinner in their houses today, happy that we are coming back again to retake our place as the foremost country in Africa and to provide leadership.”