By: Abayomi Adeshida, Abuja
Barely 24 hours after President Buhari called for help from the American government to end the hydra-headed security challenges facing Nigeria, an America-based not for profit group, the Nigerian Diaspora Network has concluded arrangements to provide a ten million dollars grant towards a process that will encourage and support the emergence of credible and more productive candidates for the 2023 round of general elections in Nigeria.
In a statement widely circulated in the media, and signed by its Director of Publicity, Akintunde Ademola, the group said it was poised to make tangible contributions to the lingering political leadership that has bogged down Nigeria after over six decades of independence from colonial rule.
According to the group in the release,
“Today, we announce the institution of a $10 Million Grant to support our partner organizations and candidates who meet our rigorous selection criteria. The aim is to produce progressive…
Source: Vanguard Newspaper