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MADU AJAJA VISITS IKA WEEKLY, MAKES QUEST FOR A NEW NIGERIA

Mr. Smart Madu Ajaja a no-hold, Smart, vocal Abavo born social crusader and an aspirant for the Senate, for Delta North Senatorial District, has in his speech during his visit to Ika Weekly Newspaper Corporate Office, disclosed that his quest for a new and better Nigeria has made him social crusader. He asserted that one can live an exemplary life by being a leader with a difference.

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Speaking, he said “In my quest for a new Nigeria, and as a social crusader, I have always demonstrated that one can live an exemplary life by being a good representative of the people.”

Continuing, Mr. Smart Madu Ajaja stressed the need for a paradigm shift in policies, where the interest of the people comes first. He frowned at the corrupt state of the country, induced by both the leaders and the led.

Mr. Smart Madu Ajaja asserted that the problem of Nigeria is Nigerians themselves and that a political party is termed ‘bad’ when those in the party are corrupt.

“Corruption is not just associated with a party per se, but those in the party. It is their corrupt activities that make people say that the party is bad. The problem with Nigeria is actually Nigerians themselves, and we must as a matter of fact work towards the positive change of this country,” he said.

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Speaking further, Mr. Smart Madu Ajaja drew a comparison between Nigerian democracy and American democracy and stated that the American democracy is functional and beneficial to her people because the leaders are concerned about the citizenry. Hence, he is taking the bold step for a functional and beneficial democracy in Nigeria, while calling on others to follow suit.

Please Watch Out For A Detailed Interview Soon.

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