SERAP Supports Pat Utomi's Failed Nation Speech

A professor of political economy and management expert, Pat Utomi, has faulted the system of governance in Nigeria.


Despite being a member of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Professor Utomi believes the present administration is finding it difficult to connect to the solutions to the problems of the country.

“I think that the government is crippled; it is not connecting to the solution,” he said during his appearance on Channels Television’s Sunday Politics.

The economist added, “If there is anything absent in Nigeria, it is leadership. At every level of our society, there is a failure of leadership.

“Leadership is about connecting to the soul of the people and giving everything sacrificially to lift it up.”

He decried that the nation’s political class has failed to align itself to the new reality, stressing that Nigeria lacked the type of politics that would enable the government to be responsive to the needs of the people.

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) took to its official Twitter page to highlight cogent points from Pat Utomi's interview.

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