Speaking this Tuesday on Morning cafe on Kenya’s TV47 on th topic; Leadership in Africa and the Place of the youths hosted by Linda Alela, Mr Godspower Oshodin, President of the Nigerian Bloggers Forum and CEO Godspower Oshodin Foundation a special guest on the programme made his voice heard.
Starting with this discussion, Mr Oshodin talked about the unity of Africa and the May 1963 meeting of 31 Independent African countries leaders who evisaged the unity of Africa which led to the formation of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Mr Godspower Oshodin critically criticised the character of leadership of African politicians thereby charging them to be leaders instead of been dealers because of their selfish aggrandization and lack of conscience in all their political dealings.
Mr Oshodin said Africa and particularly Nigerian leaders must do everything possible to consult the citizens especially the youths in the amandement and review of the constitution. Continuing his discuss, he sited the civilian administration of Olusegun Obasanjo with Alhaji Atiku Abubakar as Vice President between 1999-2007 , as not serving the interest of Nigerians, as Nigerians were not consulted in the review and amendment of the constitution.
Mr Oshodin exonerated leaders like Paul Kagame of Rwanda as an African leader who is wanted continuously by the people of Rwanda as been a progressive president as he consults the people in all his political and social transactions towards the development of Rwanda and Africa in general.
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Mr Godspower Oshodin also talked about how Switzerland has been setting price legislation and determining the price and amount of beverages which is an output from cocoa produced by Africa, even though Switzerland does not produce cocoa. Mr Godspower Oshodin therefore called for African leaders to wakeup from been dealers to been leaders so that Africa can attain its developmental and advanced goal towards competing with the advanced countries or Western world leaders.