“Nigeria needs leader with vision taller than Burj Khalifa” – Dele Momodu

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Celebrity journalist, Dele Momodu says Nigeria needs a visionary leader to replicate in the country the giant strides being recorded in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

He stated this in a tweet on Friday while reacting to the Middle Eastern nation’s decision to put up green-white lighting on Burj Khalifa, a 2,722-feet skyscraper situated in Dubai, to celebrate Nigeria on her 60th independence anniversary.

The Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world.

Momodu said that only a leader with vision taller than the Burj Khalifa would be able to tackle the “gargantuan challenges” confronting Nigeria and set the nation on the path of greatness.

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Sharing a short video of the iconic building beaming with the green-white of Nigeria’s flag, the former presidential candidate wrote, “Nigeria urgently needs and deserves a leader whose VISION is much taller than the world’s tallest building, the BURJ KHALIFA, in Dubai, because our myriad of gargantuan challenges cannot be tackled by a MYOPIC leadership… This gesture in Dubai yesterday reiterated such imperative!”

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The Ovation publisher vied for the 2011 presidency on the platform of the National Conscience Party (NCP) and lost.

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