The Imo West Senator, Rochas Okorocha and the former Governor of Imo State, has claimed that the evidence of his move to unite the nation is currently visible in all parts of the country.
Speaking while declaring his intention to join the 2023 presidential race, the former Imo State Governor challenged other aspirants to show evidence of their efforts in uniting the nation.
Okorocha vowed to prioritize education when elected, stating that his government tagged “The New Nigeria” would declare free education from primary to secondary school.
On the security and economic crisis currently rocking the entire nation, Okorocha expressed optimism that Nigeria would rise again.
He said, “I’m not in politics for what I can get but in politics for what I can give. I’m not satisfied with the situation in the country. There might be facts under statistics and data that the situation is bad in many sectors, but Nigeria is mightier than that. Nigeria is a great nation. It will rise again. The new Nigeria is possible.
“Education is life. The New Nigeria will declare free education from primary to secondary school.We shall emphasize production. Work must be compulsory. The problem is not that we are poor but the problem is to manage the resources we have. Our business shall be of development and progress. We shall develop resources in our land.”
“We are here to help the poor and the needy and the downtrodden. There’s no part of this country or zone where you will not see my signature. I challenge all those contesting with me to show this country what they have done in uniting this Country.”