I will buy presidential form for King Ateke Tom if he will contest – Christian Ezenwoye.
– Says Nigerian need a ‘lion heart’ crusader that will dismantle the failed Nigerian constitution.
Dez Mayorz Report.
A young entrepreneur and an advocate for good governance, Mazi Christian Ezenwoye has called on King Ateke Tom to run for the office of the Nigerian president.
Says he is ready to buy him presidential form of any political party of his choice if only he is willing to run.
Christian Ezenwoye said that what Nigeria needs now is a strong fighter, a crusader with lion heart who will first dismantle the 1999 constitution and channel the road for the next president that will come for good governance.
“Looking at the current state of Nigeria, people who has the heart of a lion and radical to change the unworkable Nigeria system and ready to dismantle the 1999 constitution is what need.”
“It’s not about good governance yet, we need a crusader like King Ateke Tom who after years in office will channel the next president that will bring good governance because our constitution is not working.”
“I will buy presidential form for him, if King Ateke Tom is willingly to contest.
With King Ateke, Nigeria system will change in next 4 to 8years and channel the road to the person who will bring good governance.”
“Am not the only one saying this, the real problem in Nigeria is the Abdusalami Abubakar led 1999 constitution.
If this constitution is not dismantled and changed, Nigeria will not move forward,
even if you like bring an angel.” – Ezenwoye Christian said.
Ateke Tom is a traditional ruler and the first Amanyanabo of Okochiri Kingdom, who was the former leader of the Niger Delta Vigilante, an ethnic Ijaw militia in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria.
In August 2007, following days of gun fights between various militia groups and security forces in Port Harcourt, Ateke Tom wrote to the Governor of Rivers State Celestine Omehia, requesting amnesty in response to an offer of clemency and rehabilitation the government had offered to militia who surrendered.
On 1 October 2009, the 49th anniversary of Nigerian independence and three days before the closing of a government amnesty program, Tom willingly surrendered to President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua at the Government House, Abuja.
The presidential jet was sent to fly Tom to Abuja, and the President stated, “Today, Chief Tom Ateke you have given me my 49th independence anniversary gift and I cherish it so much.
Dez Mayorz Report.