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Leadership

Nigeria can be the best….but every citizen, business and political leaders, media and civil society must rise to this challenge of visionary leadership……. Quite clearly economic policies are not enough.”(Extracts from the Foreword of Frank Nweke II, DG NESG at the 16th NES, 2010 in Abuja)

“The greatest progress in different countries have been achieved under the guidance of leaders who have a deep sense of personal awareness about their reason for being, a keen sense of foresight and great personal discipline and appreciation of the transient nature of human existence. These leaders endowed as they were understood nature’s law of karma. There are consequences for every action or inaction!” (Extracts from the opening address of Frank Nweke II at the National Conference 2014 in Abuja)

The new civilisations in South East Asia were achieved not by mediocrity but under purposeful leadership which inspired their people to change and to achieve…..to be the best. We must participate in shaping and bringing about the changes that we want to see in our country. (Extracts from the Foreword of Frank Nweke II, DG NESG at the 16th NES, 2010 in Abuja)

“Nigeria is at a moment of great challenge and great opportunity.  The first half of the new millennium can become a period of renaissance for Nigeria if citizens choose the path of social accountability synonymous with good followership by demanding the entrenchment of new politics to bring forth a new generation of politicians who have the intellect and civility required for public office, respect the public trust and have an unambiguous commitment to the wellbeing of the Nigerian people. This cannot happen by accident. It can only be achieved if we imbibe the social consciousness required to appreciate leadership and followership as shared responsibility….and make the sacrifices that our situation demands.” (Extracts from the Foreword of Frank Nweke II, DG NESG at the 16th NES, 2010 in Abuja)

Public Policy

We lose our moral right to complain or criticize the performance of government when we do not engage in shaping public policies and programs.(Extracts from the Foreword of Frank Nweke II, DG NESG at the 18th Nigeria Economic Summit(NES) 2012 in Abuja)

“We must rise up as one people to confront the difficult choices before us. To do otherwise is to mortgage our future and that of our children through wasteful spending and inefficient use of our resources.” (Extracts from the Foreword of Frank Nweke II, DG NESG at the 18th Nigeria Economic Summit(NES) 2012 in Abuja)

Good Governance

“All across Nigeria there is a sense of foreboding, a chorus of voices demanding change, accountability and the most basic needs of life: water, healthcare, education, security, electricity, roads and jobs.” (Extracts from the Foreword of Frank Nweke II, DG NESG at the 16th NES, 2010 in Abuja)

In spite of the depressing state of affairs in our dear country, we can do so much more than despair. We must rise up as one people and confront the difficult choices before us. To do otherwise is to mortgage our future and that of our children through wasteful spending and inefficient use of our resources. (Extracts from the Foreword of Frank Nweke II, DG NESG at the 18th Nigeria Economic Summit(NES) 2012 in Abuja)

Indeed, Nigeria cannot develop by accident. No nation has and can develop by accident. The old and new civilisations which we aspire to be like were not built by accident. They were not built by mediocre. They were not built by kleptomaniacs. They were not built by ethnic and religious irredentists. They were built by visionaries who were disciplined. They were built through a conscious and dedicated effort anchored on deep commitment to the welfare and well-being of their people and their place in the world. These nations have continued to make progress for the same considerations today. My country cannot be different”. (Extract from Frank Nweke II opening address at the National Conference 2014 in Abuja)

We must be clear what we want as a people? What is our national ethos? What are our irreducible national development priorities, irrespective of party or government? What is our place in the world today? And where do we want to be in the future following a clear timeline? – (Extract from Frank Nweke II opening address at the National Conference 2014 in Abuja)

Economic Development

Nigeria can become one of the 20 largest economies in the world by 2025, and one of the 10 largest by 2050, ahead of France, Canada, Italy and Korea if it stays on the path of reforms and transforms its economic system. (Extracts from the Foreword of Frank Nweke II, DG NESG at the 17th Nigeria Economic Summit(NES) 2011 in Abuja)

(5) Comments

  1. Sir, your passion and efforts through the years towards entrenching good governance and transforming our national brand is highly commendable. Your activities in NESG is quite relentless. I know you have the credentials and antecedents to succeed in the Senate. As a Nigerian youth I want to support you and also contribute in time and other resources. Please remain courageous and focused….the journey will be tough but you have the youth behind you and God willing you will prevail and Inspire the new cadre of leadership to steer the rudder of our beloved country. God bless you and God bless our dear country.

  2. Osibodu Anjolaoluwa

    Mr Frank, i like you and i must confess your.work in the public and private.sector has been outstanding. But you have just declared your ambition to run for senate an office where you will earn well over 30million naira officially and you are even paid for coming to work. most people say they will impact a change.and end up doing nothing. would be like dis people or would you stand to differ?

  3. Mr Frank, i would like to say that i admire your courage to aspire for the position to bring the needed change to your constituency and Nigeria in general. i have no doubt that you will deviate from the reputation you already have .
    Goodluck

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