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I will build a 21st Century Economy if I become president- Orji Uzor Kalu

Orji Uzor Kalu was interviewed recently in Umuahia in Abia state and he was asked about being the next President of Nigeria. he said he will change the economy of Nigeria for good if given the opportunity.

See more of what Orji Uzor Kalu has to say;

“Yes, if you give me the presidency, why not, I will take. I am capable of doing the job,” he said. The problem is who is capable of doing the job. For now, I am focusing on my constituency; there is a lot of job to be done.

“If you give me opportunity, I will like to go back to the Senate for a second term, but if the people of Nigeria want me to be president, they will show the hand. I can do the job. I can build a 20th century economy for our people.” He said.

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