By Olufemi Adegbulugbe
In my role and experience as an exploration geophysicist, project and portfolio manager, risk management forms a big part of my daily responsibilities.
Project Management Institute (PMI) defines risk as,
“an uncertain event or condition that, if it occurs, has a positive or negative effect on a project’s objectives.”
When the risk is negative, it is considered a “threat”.
When the risk is positive, it is considered an “opportunity”.
All the presidential aspirants in the history of democracy in Nigeria represents or represented risk in varying degrees.
Unique about 2023 elections is that we have a rare opportunity to be presented with a candidate that represents a glaring positive risk (opportunity).
An opportunity that cannot be missed. An opportunity that must be enhanced.
I make bold to say that from my detailed analysis of all declared, consulting and dress rehersal presidential aspirants of APC origin, only Professor Oluyemi Oluleke bin Osinbajo represents an opportunity.
Other candidates fall into the categories of threats (negative risk) and opportunists.
We must note the big difference between opportunity and opportunists.
While Prof Yemi bin Osinbajo represents the “Opportunity”, some aspirants are “Opportunists”. Herein lies a big difference.
A difference between day and night, light and darkness.
Will you align with opportunitists or the opportunity. The choice is clear for me!
My fellow Nigerians, we must choose wisely. We must thread with caution.
The combination of Dr Ahmed Kurfi, PCG, Emir of Bauchi- Alh Rilwan Adamu, Gen Badamosi; Gov of Gombe State, Dr K. Ajulo, Sen Ojudu, Uyo declaration, Kano declaration, Gov of Bauchi, Gov of Nassarawa, Bayelsa traditional council of Chiefs, Sheikh Usman Dahiru, Omo N’Oba N’Edo Uku’ Akpolokpolo Ewuare 11, 400 political support groups and millions of Nigerians cannot be wrong on the choice of Ebiyakubo Oweikeni of Angiaibe Kingdom as the Next President of Nigeria.
God bless our troops,
God bless Nigeria.
Daily News Reporters