Philip Idaewor, Chairman of Forum of All Progressives Congress (APC) Diaspora Chairmen, has revealed his plan to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari.
The medical doctor announced his ambition on Sunday.
He added that he was in the race to build on the achievements of the Buhari administration.
He said the next president “should be one with fresh ideas from the diaspora”, who has the mental capacity to adapt ideas that made life better for citizens of developed nations.
“My ambition is the ambition of diaspora APC chairmen, made up of personalities in different fields in various countries, and we think this is time for us to wade in and make Nigeria better,” he said.
Idaewor promised to trengthen institutions against all forms of corruption and make the country impregnable to criminals.
According to him, if corruption is tackled headlong in government and the private sector, “Nigeria will be steps ahead of achieving her dream status”.
“If I am elected, those who think they have ways of beating the system will have to think twice, knowing that the possibility of being indicted or caught will be extremely high,” Idaewor vowed.