Let's Stand Together
It is time to arise and build a New Nigeria
The time has come for our generation to build a coalition of ideas around a strong ideology of a New Nigeria where things work and everyone is working to make things work.View Fela's Mission
Fela Durotoye is the Presidential Candidate of Alliance for New Nigeria.
IT IS TIME TO ARISE AND BUILD A NEW NIGERIA
A nation that is committed to Good Governance with the capacity to create the enabling environment for all her citizens and residents to dream, try, succeed and thrive all across the land.
A nation where every citizen of Nigeria dwells in safety and with peace of mind as we together passionately and creatively engage in fulfilling jobs that help us to enjoy an improved standard of living and achieve economic growth and social development for everyone.
Our Mission And Vision
Nigeria has great potential but our generation must accept responsibility to transform Nigeria from a potentially great Nation into a truly great nation.
Deliver a minimum of 12,000MW to Nigeria within 4 years which will attract investors by taking a multidimensional regional approach to power generation and prioritising the use of renewable energies while also partnering with the private sector in the area of increased funding for power projects across the federation.
To implement 'Operation Secure Nigeria' which will take action against terrorism completely reabsorbing into a reconstructed community and 'safe cities'. Ensure that security forces are well-equipped with state-of-the-art weaponry and address militancy across all geopolitical zones that will be in line with the proportionate use of force and adherance to the fundamental human rights provisions.
Increase the literacy rate by up to 90% in four years by making education compulsory and mandatory up to secondary school across Nigeria. 'Operation Teach Nigeria' will work with states and local governments to ensure nationwide rehabilitation and equipping of all existing government schools at primary, secondary and tertiary levels, while also ensuring free education for primary and secondary students in public schools.
To improve healthcare in the country ensuring access to at least one working federal health care facility in each of the 774 local government areas in Nigeria while also significantly increasing funding for medical research and development across all federal universities, and university teaching hospitals.
To perform 'Operation Connect Nigeria' by rehabilitating and constructing inter-city roads across the country while a reform of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC); provide support for the commencement of light rail metro-lines within all 36 states; as well as improve rural to urban transport systems and infrastructure in place for at least one additional sea port.
Business and Industries
To improve the ease of doing business and make Nigeria the number one destination for investors in Africa by creating an enabling environment for locally-owned businesses and foreign investors to thrive and maximise profits while also lowering the unemployment rate from 18% to an all time low of 5% with an improved foreign direct investment (FDI).
To diversify the economy by promoting non-oil sector growth through agriculture, mines and steel, technology, tourism, manufacturing and the services industry by providing legal and fiscal incentives in these industries and sectors.
Reduce the unemployment rate in Nigeria by creating 12 million jobs in four years across education, health, economy, agriculture, and the power sector. An implementation of a Start-Up Action Plan to support start-ups across the federation through a Start-Up Intervention Fund under the Bank of Industry (BOI) could support this strategically.
Rule of Law
Make Nigeria surpass Botswana as the least corrupt country in Africa by implementing comprehensive police reform, enable states appoint their own judges and have control over the payment of their judicial officers, and to expedite court processes by the automation of court systems to ensure zero tolerance for inefficiency.