…urges FG to investigate Apapa gridlock
By Seun Ibiyemi
The founder of the One Love Family, Sat Guru Maharaj Ji, has charged the Federal Government not to compromise leadership values by aiding efforts to privatise the Abuja, Lagos, Port Harcourt and Kano airports to unpatriotic citizens, who want to reap where they did not sow. He added that the presidency should realise the inputs of past administrations to control, manage and sustain these airports.
He made this statement while speaking on the challenges hindering the country’s growth at a press conference held in his church headquarters at Iju Agege, Lagos, where he addressed the issue of Apapa gridlock.
Speaking on Apapa gridlock, he said that the gridlock is the handiwork of the past president candidate who holds sway in all areas in the Apapa wharf.
He said, “His order is final and he is doing everything to make sure we lose many billions for customs clearance and good for companies and personal use are unduly delayed for ever.
“The government should set up an enquiry on the matter. Meantime I would like to recommend a former retired director of Transport, Ministry of Transportation in Abuja, Mr. A. Enwenor to be given the opportunity to clear the gridlock.”
Highlighting the challenges affecting good governance in the country, Maharaj Ji volunteered, “In the light of our experiences, so far, the leaders have proven themselves incapable of delivering on the dividends of good governance, hence the need for them to give way for nucleus ancestors’ divine government of love known as Africa-no-crazy, to come on board on a rescue mission, to save the race.
“This has to happen because this encompassing divine power of love can’t be kept waiting and watching much more than necessary. It has never happened in the history of the entire creation for mortal man in his limited wisdom to preside over the affairs of creation, without taking into consideration the views of the Sat Guru when he manifests to dwell among men.
“It has never worked and, therefore, can’t working this time around. Hence, the political leadership must be ready to account for the mass suffering the people are subjected to for no just cause, since man can’t have his cake and expect to eat it back.
“Charity, they say, begins at home. It, therefore, beats the rationalization of the human mind how the Calabar-Lagos rail line, which is already on the drawing board, with great economic prospects for the nation could be jettisoned for yet another outside the shores of Nigeria.
“Until the Federal Government of Nigeria is able to give cogent reasons for this, it could dent the image of the president as untrustworthy, unreliable and tribalist and uncommon enemy of the people who has no respect and regard for probity, equity and peace.
“The proposed project should not be resurrected, until after the completion of the Calabar-Lagos rail line project now in the pipeline, because if Nigeria as the hub of black humanity is okay, Africa and, indeed, the whole world will be okay, with a trusted leader.”