Mr Fela Durotoye, ANN Presidential Candidate on 16th February 2019. Nigerian Election
Mr Fela Durotoye, ANN Presidential Candidate on 16th February 2019. Nigerian Election

Electorate Should Pick Between The Old Political Class And The New Generation Of Leaders – Mr Fela Durotoye

Mr Fela Durotoye, ANN Presidential Candidate on 16th February 2019. Nigerian Election
Mr Fela Durotoye, ANN Presidential Candidate on 16th February 2019. Nigerian Election

Mr Fela Durotoye Speaks On The Need To Review Nigeria’s Constitution

The presidential candidate of the Alliance for New Nigeria (ANN), Mr Fela Durotoye, says he will continue to restructure the nation if elected President.

AfricPro News understands that he made the pledge on Thursday during an interview on The Verdict, which aired on Channels Television while backing the calls for restructuring.

“We will set a Constitutional Review Commission that will then set up a Constitutional Conference Review,” Mr Fela Durotoye said.

“It is that Constitutional Review Conference that will look at restructuring, as well as other areas,” he stated.

According to the ANN candidate, the average age for his proposed conference would be 40 years because the younger population should be carried along. He described the country’s constitution as a mobile application that requires update regularly.

“We are going to consistently look at the review of the constitution,” He explained.

The constitution is like an application, it should be a living app meaning that you don’t review it every four or six years. You review it every moment you see any reason to do so.”

ANN candidate stated that the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and opposition re share similar features.

Nigerians go to the polls on Saturday, Mr Fela Durotoye was optimistic that the masses would choose between the old political class and a new generation of leaders.

He said, “Nigerians are today having a choice, not APC and PDP because they are really one party.“They just have two names. Nigerians are choosing on Saturday between the old politics and a new generation of nation builders.”

 

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