I listened to Asiwaju’s presentation before the Screening Committee; I was marveled. Asiwaju clinically dissected critical economic issues and raised cogent ideas on nation development.
Asiwaju, at the screening, lectured everyone present and watching on the global oil and gas production and supply and its aggregate potentials to turn things around. Also, he mentioned the needed intensifiers and value chain in this critical sector.
Asiwaju spoke on the three fundamental factors in power development (generation, transmission and distribution). I am sure a majority of our youths do not know these basic terms in the power sector, which this 70-year-old man x-rayed in clear terms.
Asiwaju spoke on the National Integrated Power Project. He spoke on how he singlehandedly brought Enron (an American Energy Company) to Nigeria to help improve or boost Nigeria’s electricity supply for our overall industrial growth.
Asiwaju lectured on the turnaround he brought to the communications sector. He went down the memory lane: he gave a concise detail on how he brought Econet (Airtel) to Nigeria at a time no one knew what GSM looked like.
Some people may not know that Econet was the first service provider in Nigeria before MTN and others arrived. Furthermore, Asiwaju spoke on the latest 5G technology. Ask these online miscreants to explain what 5G technology and fibre optic are. Bunch of lazy and misguided youths will start their usual insult.
Asiwaju spoke on food security. He gave a brilliant and succinct analysis on how to maintain commodity prices and keep the pace of raw materials development in Nigeria. Let me tell you, Asiwaju understands the line of agricultural development from peasantry to mechanised to agribusiness.
Another brilliant idea Asiwaju shared, right in front of the Screening Committee members, was the development of a storage template to curb wastage and glut. Let me remind you; the moment he spoke on that was when he was speaking on storing grains in silos.
Indeed, Asiwaju has a clear-cut understanding of nation building. He possesses the rudimentary grasp of attainment of steady development for Nigeria progress. He has the needed qualities of a visionary leader.
Then, if it is not Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, who? Before you criticise Asiwaju on his shaky hands, I hope you understand all I have written here? If not, don’t come here to disgrace yourself.