By Bashir ADEFAKA
President Goodluck Jonathan has been described as capable to solving Nigeria’s problems.
Immediate past President, Nigerians in Diaspora, Chief (Ms) Temitope Ajayi, made the description in an interview with Saturday Vanguard during the week.
Popularly called Mama Diaspora, Chief Ajayi, who is Chairman, Chief Executive of the Nigerian-American Agricultural Empowerment Programme (NAAEP) Ltd, said the President had started well by his apparent leadership qualities and capacity to actualize the long-awaited national socio-cultural and econo-political transformation.
She lauded President Jonathanâ€™s particular preparedness to ensure that â€œnot only electric power supply becomes regular but that it is also effectively stable.â€
She observed that with stable and effective power supply in place, Nigeriaâ€™s rapid growth soon was undoubtful.
She however pointed out that whatever credits Nigeria would have on agricultural successes now and in future would be to the Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji (Dr.) Muhammad Saâ€™ad Abubakar III, who the US-based NAAEP boss said influenced her return to Nigeria where she currently has two major investments in agriculture and real estates.